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It is a bit early, but we have begun already.
We have added another colour to the pages of both the SpeakEasy online edition, as well as the Children Centre pages.
The aim was to greatly increase the page contrast, making everything a little easier to read.
We are working slowly through the Children Centre pages to refresh their content, and have simplified the navigation on the Centre web site and added large ‘visual’ buttons to key pages. These will now change regularly to keep the pages lively.
We have also added a gallery column to the online version of SpeakEasy. Making the popular images of our latest activities and features easier to find and just a simple link away from our regular weekly school news.
There are also a couple of new informative films and links about supporting schools as a volunteer on the volunteer pages. Hope they are useful?
Working to keep you informed and updated…
The Newport School team.
The Vestry House Museum in Waltham Forest have a Shades of Green exhibition – running from the 7th to the 29th August.
This display is going to be a ‘…feast of forests, with a great display of the idyllic gardens and summer in Waltham Forest’.
From the 3rd to the 12th September the museum has the return of the ever popular E17 Art Trail. The theme for the displays and activities this year is ‘Welcome to Walthamstow’.
The E17 Art Trail have a great web site where you can see images from last years events and venues, as well as details of how the displays and participants are organised.
Get ‘arty’ this summer with all the family and the Vestry House Museum.
Children’s Art Day events for 2010 run across the week 12th to 18th July 2010.
On the engage in the visual arts web pages you can find out what is going in in your favourite part of the city.
From a family day on Saturday at the Whitechapel Gallery from 12 – 4pm, to a taster session in Chinese art at the Chinese Comunity Centre in Gerrard Street – there is a range of free activities available.
Children’s Art Day is the UK-wide programme encouraging children, young people, families and teachers to engage with the visual arts. Events will take place across the UK between 12-18 July 2010.