Sunday, 17 February 2013

The value of creative partnerships





Six London schools talked to A New Direction about their experiences of being involved in the Creative Partnerships programme (2002-2011) how it made a difference to their school and why this approach is helpful in driving positive change.

Talking about their progression since, they discuss the value of a creative approach across the curriculum for its benefits to staff, studentsand the wider community, and how they have managed to continue to maintain partnerships with creative professionals and organisations. Highlighting specific projects and approaches, and the change and impact that these had, others chools can use these six pieces as inspiration, and starting points for their own explorations of creative approaches to teaching and learning, and of building effective partnerships with the creative and cultural sector.

The Thomas Tallis School document can be downloaded here.

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