How to find the perfect fit for your next school project

We know that students are always looking for new ways to express themselves, and that’s a big part of why they want to go to school in the first place.

And the more schools have the opportunity to help kids get creative, the better.

We decided to explore what schools in the UK were offering the best ways to help students express themselves and find the best fit for their needs.

From art, to dance, to theatre, to music, we’ve put together a list of our favourite schools to help you find the ideal fit for you.

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London’s Royal Academy Of Music   (London, UK) The Royal Academy of Music is one of the most well-known and prestigious music schools in Britain, and is the first of its kind to offer an independent course.

With over 600 students from all over the world, students are encouraged to explore new musical styles, and learn from some of the best teachers in the world.

It’s one of only a handful of arts and humanities schools in England that offers an independent art course, and students have the option to work from home. 

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Cambridge School Of Design  Cambridge School Of The Arts (Cambridge, UK, Open to students aged 12 to 17)  The UK’s first independent arts school, with more than 3,500 students, offers a variety of arts courses.

Students work from a wide range of disciplines, from painting to music to acting.

They also have a strong online curriculum and can apply to become a professional musician or teacher. 

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The School Of Music At York University (York, UK), A school that has taught music since the early 1960s, the School Of Musicians at York University (SOMA) offers a wide array of music programs and is a centre for emerging talent.

Students can take courses in English, music, and drama, and they are also free to take online courses.

SOMA also runs a music-specific club, and provides scholarships for students who choose to study music. 

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School Of Art And Design At the Royal Academy  The School Of Arts and Design at the Royal Academies of Arts and Sciences (RASAS) is a highly selective school.

The school has a wide variety of artistic programmes that include the Royal Art and Design Awards, the prestigious RASAS National Competition and the Royal School of Music Awards.

Students have the freedom to choose a subject and can choose from different types of courses depending on their interests. 

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RASES Creative Arts Program The Creative Arts and Digital Arts (CAD) Program at RASas Creative Arts & Design offers a range of courses to enhance creativity, problem solving, problem-solving skills, and a variety on how to engage with digital content.

Students are encouraged and are encouraged by the school to develop their own creative skills.

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School of Dance And Design The School of Dances and Design (SDD) is an open-to-the-public, non-denominational school with a focus on creating innovative and creative arts programs and events.

Students and teachers are encouraged, and if they choose to attend SDD, they will be exposed to diverse styles of dance.

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School Arts Centre (SAC) The School Arts Center (SACC) at the University of Bristol is one the largest open-access, public art centres in the country.

It offers a huge range of art and design courses, and there are a range to choose from. 

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Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) (York), The RSC, a UK-based theatre company with more to its name than a Shakespearean name, is the oldest theatre company in England.

With a long history of performing and performing in different countries, the RSC has a broad range of productions and is always looking to improve.

Students who wish to take the RSc have the choice of a variety in theatre courses. 

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School For Arts & Science (SAS) The school for Arts & Sciences at the National Theatre Centre (NTTC) in Liverpool is one-of-a-kind.

Students from a range on different subjects are encouraged through their own theatre courses and the opportunity for them to work in a team environment. 

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School Dance And Dance In Schools At RSL, The school for dance and dance in schools at the RSL School of Drama and Theatre offers a number of dance and theatre programmes. 

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School Music And Music Production School Of Sound & Dance (SOSAD) School Music And Production School of Sound & Drama (SMSAD) at University College London (UCL) is one such school.

With more than 4,000 students, they offer more than 20 dance, theatre, and music courses each year. 

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School Theatre And Dance School Of Theatre And Design (SOTD) This school offers a broad programme of music and theatre, including courses in film,