Creative Curriculum
Training and Professional Development
Additional Support

 

Welcome to Creative Education

The Creative approaches and practices we utilise are developed through original research, newly devised activities, and engaging resources. All of the programmes provide real experiences, practical learning and are accessible for all ages and levels of learners.

Creative Writing
Working alongside teachers, either in the classroom, through training or as a coach, this programme supports schools' writing, reading and grammar targets. Each programme is tailor made to meet individual school's needs. The programmes, based on original lesson planning with stimulating resources, provide effective and practical ways that bring together all the essential skills needed to become a successful writer.

Whilst challenging, the teaching methods and strategies used help students become independent and confident writers.

Programmes include targeted provision or whole class, and cover all abilities, including EAL learners, across EYFS, KS1, 2 and 3.

Creative Curriculum (maths and science)
Working alongside teachers, either in the classroom, through training or as a coach, these practical and effective programmes explore language across the curriculum. All the programmes provide the essential elements needed to successfully apply accurate and appropriate language across subjects.

Programmes include targeted provision or whole class, and cover all abilities, including EAL learners, across EYFS, KS1, 2 and 3.

The creative academic writing programme is designed for KS2 and 3, including EAL learners.

Training, Research , Development
Working with creative leads, support staff, teachers, and senior management teams in infant, primary, secondary and special schools, providing support, guidance and advice in the following areas:
  • Modelling creative approaches to learning
  • Developing an arts policy
  • Awards in the arts
  • Funding applications
  • Practical art and design INSET
  • Improving creative outcomes in teaching and learning
Working with the private, public and charitable sectors providing support and advice:
  • In creative education research
  • Composing proposals, bids and applications for funding bodies

Additional Support
Creative literacy, maths and science holiday and booster sessions in schools (KS1-3)

Support for artists and arts organisations

1:1 private creative literacy tutoring for all levels of learners, including students with limited English

 
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