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Miss Behave dressed in a shiny jumpsuit, with lots of multi-coloured balls and confetti falling around her.

Celebrating LGBT History Month

February was LGBT History Month – 28 days dedicated to raising awareness about equality, promoting the benefits of diversity and helping to overcome prejudice through education.

A person's hands hold an open book

Evaluation matters

Laura Venning on how we can get better at evaluating projects that encourage reading

Primary school aged pupils taking part in a Samba drumming workshop

All our children

Richard Russell blogs about his new role at the Arts Council, addressing barriers to young people’s access to arts and culture

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Top left to bottom right: 1. Miss Behave's Game Show, part of SHOUT Festival 2016. Photo by 2. No Credit Displaying 3. Photo © Joao Silas 4. Farnham Maltings: Time to Remember, May 2016. Photo © Savannah Photographic (Alex Harvey) 5. Primary school aged pupils taking part in a Samba drumming workshop 6. "We Are Hull" projections on Hull City Hall 7. 'Emil and the Detectives' by Red Earth Theatre. Photo © Red Earth Theatre / Robert Day 8. Pitt Rivers Museum. Photo © University of Oxford. 9. Scattered by Motionhouse. Photo © Chris Nash / Motionhouse 10. Gecko Theatre: Institute. Photo © Richard Haughton 11. Illustration © Arts Council England 12. Plymouth Music Zone participants making music. Photo © Plymouth Music Zone / Kevin Clifford