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Connecting schools with Culture in North West England

The Culture Hub is a free-to-use online portal for teachers and other professionals working with children and young people. It aims to help you take on the Cultural Education Challenge and by connecting you with the expertise and variety on offer within our region's rich and vibrant arts, culture and heritage sectors.

The Cultural Education Challenge

The Cultural Education Challenge is a call-to-action. It asks schools and cultural organisations together more effectively to offer a consistently high-quality arts education to all children

The Culture Hub is brought to you by Curious Minds, a charity working to drive access to creative and cultural education, by creating the conditions where quality, collaboration can flourish.

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For Schools

Demonstrate your school’s commitment to high quality arts and cultural education for all young people by signing-up to the Cultural Education Challenge. Your school will be listed on our website as a Culture School and you can use the free online profile to track your Challenge journey, mark accomplishments and highlight meaningful partnerships by collecting virtual ‘badges’ and submitting reviews. There’s even a widget to display on your website.



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For Cultural Providers

Register to create a free online profile for your organisation. Make the most of your listing to share information, images, videos and resources that truly reflect how you work with schools and young people, as well as uploading your forthcoming events, offers and latest news. You can also link with relevant Local Partnerships.



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Regional Culture in the North West

The Cultural Education Challenge asks art and cultural providers, schools and other local agencies to come together, to drive a joined-up local cultural education offer for children and young people.

In many areas of the North West, local partnerships have already been established, bringing together passionate and committed people from a wide range of organisations - across heritage and culture, education, youth sector, local government and the creative industries - whose local knowledge and professional expertise is helping to drive forward the cultural education agenda and improve opportunities for children and young people.

Even in areas of the North West which do not yet have a formally established partnership, there’s still plenty of great cultural education work happening that you can connect with.

See what's happening in your local area by navigating the maps below or visit the Local Partnerships page.

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What's happening now in the North West

Calling Bury Schools! Creative Careers and Employability event week

Posted: 16/11/2020 by Bury LCEP

Bury’s Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP) is hosting an online careers and employability event in the week commencing 30th November 2020. The week-long event is available to Year 7 and 8 students at schools in the Bury region.

Schooltime Showtime

Posted: 15/10/2020 by Carrot Productions

Schooltime Showtime offers a unique opportunity to engage with arts and culture in a meaningful and safe way, allowing schools to actively champion high quality art and cultural education, as well as having great fun!

Sign up now for dot-art Schools 2020-21!

Posted: 07/10/2020 by dot-art Schools

Join dot-art Schools to celebrate children and young people’s creativity, build confidence and boost wellbeing. Art is the perfect way for students to process their thoughts and feelings when trying to make sense of the pandemic.

BYT Summer Sessions Online

Posted: 15/07/2020 by The Met

Online workshops for young people aged 9-15 during the summer holidays

Performing Arts Specialist: West Yorkshire vacancies

Posted: 08/07/2020 by Artis Foundation

Artis are looking for performing arts specialists to join our team in West Yorkshire from September 2020.

Register for the ARTiculation Prize 2021

Posted: 24/06/2020 by ARTiculation

The ARTiculation Prize 2021 is now open! Inspiring young people aged 16-19 to look, think and speak about the arts.

Currently there are no briefs in this region

Press Play Webinar Series

Posted: 21/10/2020 by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Dates: 04/11/2020 - 02/12/2020

Trinity Laban are hosting three professional development webinars in November - December aimed towards music graduates and those interested in a career in music leading, taking place 4pm-5pm via Zoom on 4th November, 18th November and 2nd December.

Schooltime Showtime

Posted: 15/10/2020 by Carrot Productions
Dates: 15/10/2020 - 31/12/2021

Guarantee a wonderful experience for your pupils with Schooltime Showtime - a complete package of video and interactive resources giving you everything you need to deliver the magic of a Christmas outing safely in the heart of your school.

Leigh Carnival Day

Posted: 03/08/2020 by Leigh Carnival Arts
Dates: 13/06/2021 - 13/06/2021

The annual parade and fun day in Leigh Town Centre. See https://www.facebook.com/LeighCarnival/ for all the latest information

Cultural Learning Alliance

Curious Minds is an active member of the Cultural Learning Alliance. By signing-up to the Cultural Learning Alliance, either as an individual or organisation, you can help to champion the message that cultural learning can make a big difference to a child’s life experience and will receive the latest news and comment on cultural learning policy and practice.

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