Applications are now open for you to become a Lead Creative School.
Why become a Lead Creative School?
Nearly 300 schools and over 4,000 learners across the whole of Wales are already benefiting from being a Lead Creative School – one of the main building blocks of Creative learning through the arts – an action plan for Wales. This is your last chance to join them!
Why not let us help you to develop an innovative and bespoke programme of learning designed to improve the quality of teaching and learning within your school? This initiative is all about cutting with the grain, complementing and supporting schools’ current programmes of work.
It’s about nurturing and developing the creativity of learners so that they achieve their potential and grow as well-rounded individuals. It will help to equip them with the skills for life that Professor Donaldson recommends for the new curriculum.
Applications now closed
Applications for Round 3 of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme are now closed.
For further information please contact one of our regional teams. Details can be found below:
- CSC: Ian McAndrew, Regional Lead (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dan Allen, Regional Officer (email@example.com)
- EAS: Shaun Featherstone, Regional Lead (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Claire Turner, Regional Officer (email@example.com)
- ERW: Sophie Hadaway, Regional Lead (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ruth Lloyd, Regional Officer (email@example.com) and Daniel Trivedy, Regional Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- GwE: Nia Richards, Regional Lead (email@example.com) and Glyn Price, Regional Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The closing date for applications was 5pm 27 January 2017.
A partnership between the Arts Council of Wales and the Welsh Government – putting creativity and the arts at the heart of learning.