Who we are
The Manchester Cultural Education Partnership (MCEP) is a collaboration between arts, education and youth organisations across the city. We create meaningful cultural learning experiences and work together to ensure all children and young people have the creative ability to flourish. Our vision is for the city to become a beacon for creative education, where the arts add magic to life experiences and learning, for everyone.
The Manchester Cultural Education Partnership is made up of a network of schools, youth organisations and cultural organisations across Manchester. We currently have 4 specific task groups looking at: Youth Voice, Communications, Creative Curriculum and Employability. Each group is developing their pilot projects to be delivered in 2021. We aim to continue to build connections between education and culture. You can find out more about us here: http://creativeeducationmcr.com
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What's happening in Manchester
Concert and a Cuppa - Harrison Dolphin Trio
Posted: 18/10/2021 by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Dates: 29/10/2021 - 29/10/2021
Join us for a cuppa and a pre-concert talk discussing the intimate trio project that explores the music of the great jazz pianist and composer, Elmo Hope. Performance to follow at 18.00. Concert tickets are free but must be booked online in advance.
Diwali - Indian & Bollywood Dance Workshops
Posted: 04/08/2021 by Dance Days
Dates: 01/11/2021 - 12/11/2021
Our Diwali dance workshop for schools can help bring your topic to life and enhance your pupil's learning while keeping fit and having fun. Learn Indian dances along with upbeat music to turn your Diwali day into a real celebration.
Black History Month - African Dance Workshops
Posted: 04/08/2021 by Dance Days
Dates: 01/10/2021 - 31/10/2021
Black history month workshops for schools are a great way to kick off, celebrate or end your Black History Month topic and learning. Our Black history month workshops add a twist to the standard classroom learning.
Posted: 03/03/2021 by ThickSkin
Dates: 01/11/2020 - 01/12/2021
A new dance theatre piece filmed in 360° immersive VR. Available to be watched with students via our Discover Bundle. ‘gripping, immersive VR viewing’**** The Guardian
Posted: 15/12/2020 by Note Weavers
Dates: 14/01/2021 - 15/12/2021
Monthly free network meetings for early years music practitioners across the North West to connect, share ideas and discuss practice. Come, join the conversation and connect with other practitioners across the region
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: 01/10/2021 by Wildcard Theartre Company Ltd
In this workshop, Wildcard will explore this new genre and equip your pupils with the knowledge and understanding of how to begin creating their own pieces of Gig Theatre.
Posted: 08/06/2021 by Curious Minds
Attendees of Curious Minds CPD workshops and events can explore and revisit documents and recordings from these sessions in our dedicated Workshops Resource Bank.
Posted: 13/03/2021 by Hallé Connect
Goddess Gaia is a brand new animated cantata for Flute, Harp, Cello and Narrator, complete with comprehensive teaching resources for Primary Schools. Goddess Gaia explores the beauty and fragility of the natural world and takes us on a thought provoking journey around the globe warning us of the dangers of human greed on the environment.
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