Tagged with Education and learning

Funding: Wiltshire & Swindon Cultural Education Partnership Open Fund – Round 1 recipients announced and Round 2 coming soon

Funding: Wiltshire & Swindon Cultural Education Partnership Open Fund – Round 1 recipients announced and Round 2 coming soon

The Wiltshire & Swindon Cultural Education Partnership (W&SCEP) was delighted to award five projects in Round 1 of the Open Fund; supporting schools to develop exciting and vibrant cultural education activity for pupils. These Round 1 projects are taking place between September 2019 and July 2020, and have enabled schools to lever their own funds which have not previously been used for cultural activity. The … Continue reading

Opportunity: Callout for Digital Creatives passionate about Inclusion, Create Studios

Opportunity: Callout for Digital Creatives passionate about Inclusion, Create Studios

Are you passionate about outreach and education using digital media? Create Studios is a new Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation and is celebrating its 35th anniversary of award-winning outreach and talent development for diverse digital creatives. This talent development grows from a committed and consistent outreach programme fulfilling our mission to use digital arts as … Continue reading

Opportunity: Challenge Fund Project Manager, Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership (freelance, fixed term)

Opportunity: Challenge Fund Project Manager, Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership (freelance, fixed term)

The Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership (W&SCEP) seeks to contract a Challenge Fund Project Manager. This is a unique opportunity suitable for a dynamic, organised, creative individual who has a passion for culture (particularly arts and heritage) and education. The Wiltshire and Swindon Challenge Fund Project aims to strengthen and develop links between the … Continue reading

Resource: Exchanging Notes, Youth Music

Exchanging Notes worked with 974 young musicians, 72 of whom were tracked across four years. The findings from the research by Birmingham City University and published by the National Foundation for Youth Music, demonstrate that music in schools has the potential to re-engage young people in education, develop their confidence, resilience and self-belief, and create a more … Continue reading