Culture Schools

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

Schools that are taking on the Cultural Education Challenge believe that all children and young people should have opportunity to create, compose, and perform. They want every child to have the chance to visit, experience and participate in extraordinary work, and be able to know more, understand more, and review the experiences they’ve had.

By signing-up to take on the Cultural Education Challenge, the schools, colleges and early years settings listed here are committed to ensuring that every child has opportunity to experience and participate in great arts and culture.

Sign your school up to the Cultural Education Challenge


Culture Schools is open to all education settings; from Early Years provision right through to colleges and universities.

Using its free school profile on The Culture Hub, your setting can track its Cultural Education Challenge journey - marking accomplishments and highlighting meaningful partnerships by collecting virtual ‘stickers’. There's even a widget you can add to your own website to share your commitment!

Sign-up now by clicking the button below and completing the short registration form.

Sign-up now for free!

Find a Culture School


Hawes Side Academy

0 Stickers Awarded

Haydock High School

1 Stickers Awarded

Heald Place Primary School

1 Stickers Awarded

High Lawn Primary School

1 Stickers Awarded

Highfield Primary School

1 Stickers Awarded

Hillside Community Primary School

3 Stickers Awarded

Hillside Specialist School

0 Stickers Awarded

Hinderton School

Ellesmere Port
1 Stickers Awarded

Hindley All Saints C of E Primary School

2 Stickers Awarded