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Inspiring Leaders, Creative Learners

Supporting learning through creative practice

Three young people sit on the floor in a classroom, wearing blue school jumpers, blue and white checked dresses and a grey pinafore. The child in the middle holds their arm out and demonstrates a gesture and smiles

Inspiring Leaders, Creative Learners is our two year programme which aims to support teacher development and pupils’ learning through developing teachers’ creative practice. We are delighted to be collaborating with the Rose Learning Trust and their 9 primary schools on this programme, and are grateful to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation for funding this work through their Teacher Development Fund.

Teachers are working closely with a team of artists to build their arts based practice, using drama and storytelling to improve core student skills such as focus, empathy and vocabulary. Sessions will focus on enhancing pupils’ communication and language, as well as their personal, social and emotional skills. Artists are learning from teachers about the curriculum, learning styles and particularly working with Year 1.

 

A group of children wearing school jumpers put their hands on their heads

All participating schools can access the Inspiring Leaders, Creative Learners Padlet here, where you can find information your artists, project FAQs and details of the next CPDL day for teachers.

 

If you would like to know more about the project, please contact Sarah, Director: Arts and Education on sarah@wearedarts.org.uk

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