Who we are

Bury LCEP is a group of arts and cultural organisations, artists and companies who all have the same vision for the arts community in Bury. We work together to drive an art and cultural offer locally and to share resources and bring about a more coherent and visible delivery of cultural education.

Strategy Plan

Our Vision: * To raise the profile of the arts and cultural offer in Bury * To share the knowledge that creative and cultural activity supports lifelong professional and personal development * To establish the benefit of arts and culture in supporting mental health and wellbeing of young people and individuals * Arts and culture are valued by all and accessible to all * To open up pathways with and for young people * Children and Young People feel empowered by the arts

Providers in Bury LCEP

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Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation

Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation (Coram SSF) is a cultural education charity that gives young people across the UK the confidenc...

Joe England Drama and Autism (JEDAA)

Welcome to JEDAA – Joe England Drama and Autism. JEDAA provides drama workshops for learners with autism, and CPD training for te...

Whalley Range All Stars

Whalley Range All Stars is an Arts Council England funded theatre company, internationally renowned for creating accessible, vivid a...

Schools in Bury LCEP

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Holly Mount RC Primary School

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St Marie's RC Primary School

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What's happening in Bury LCEP

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!

BYT Summer Sessions Online

Posted: 15/07/2020 by The Met

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

Giant Keyboard takes over wall space!

Posted: 15/06/2020 by PRIMART INSTALLATIONS

A whopping teaching resource!

Reading Scheme Installation Rocks!

Posted: 15/06/2020 by PRIMART INSTALLATIONS

Reading scheme installation brightens corridor & engages children!

Arts Council Emergency Fund Peer Support

Posted: 23/04/2020 by Curious Minds

Curious Minds is holding a number of 2-hour appointments, across 27th and 28th April, in which we'll be offering support for those applying to the Arts Council Emergency Fund (for individuals and for organisations outside of the National Portfolio).

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.

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Posted: 24/04/2019 by Into Film

Into Film is a registered Artsmark Partner Organisation endorsed by Arts Council England. We have mapped each of our four main programme activities against the Artsmark criteria to ensure that your Artsmark journey is a success.

Posted: 11/02/2019 by Into Film

We have produced mapping resources that outline what steps to take through our programme to help your students achieve Arts Award. The mapping tools show Into Film activities that can be adapted to support the Discover, Explore and Bronze Arts Award

Posted: 11/02/2019 by Into Film

Into Film has teamed up with Arts Award to help encourage young people involved in the Into Film programme to gain an accredited qualification and further develop their creative talents.

Posted: 17/05/2018 by Magical Circus

This is a very clear step by step 3 ball juggling tutorial that Angelo created as a downloadable free resource for the TES website. Enjoy!

Posted: 27/04/2018 by Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation

Short samples of KS2 and secondary schemes of work for the teaching of Shakespeare. Outcomes have been outstanding. Pupils with have significant barriers to learning have literally shone... Jane Giebeler, Primary teacher

Posted: 13/03/2018 by As Creatives - Creative Learning

Browse a range of free creative teaching resources on our website.