What is a Creative Agent?
Are you a creative thinker? Can you generate ideas? Are you able to see the big picture and apply your creative approaches and ideas to a range of issues? If the answer is yes, we want to hear from you.
What does a Creative Agent do?
Creative Agents will draw on their practical experience of ‘creativity’, and will act as a catalyst able to respond to each school’s individual development priorities and needs. Whether from the arts, culture, heritage, creative industries, science, or other sectors, your key skills will be your ability to challenge, support and sustain new practice in the field of creative learning.
What we're looking for
As part of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme, which aims to promote new ways of working, with innovative and bespoke programmes of learning designed to improve the quality of teaching and learning, we will be seeking to select around 200 Creative Agents to work in the Lead Creative Schools Scheme during the 2017/18 academic year, through the mediums of Welsh and English.
Making an application
Read the Prospectus for Creative Agents:
Lead Creative Schools: Prospectus for Creative Agents
The deadline for submitting applications for the academic year 2017/18 passed on 13 February 2017. We are not currently accepting applications.