Cultural Learning Alliance

Art, music, dance – and culture more broadly – is essential and transformative. It is about who you are

Tony Hall
Chief Executive, Royal Opera House


Your Examples

We want to build up a wealth of examples of cultural learning taking place around the country.

Whether you have an example of an inspiring cultural learning project for children and young people, effective teacher training or professional development for the cultural sector, or an innovative family learning opportunity, this is your opportunity to share it with others.

You can submit an example to us by filling in this form.

Here are a selection of examples you've sent us.

First Story – Fostering Creativity, Literacy and Talent
First Story is a charity that aims to foster creativity, literacy and talent in young people across the country.
Battle of the Bacteria
Battle of Bacteria is a large Arts and Science project that involved over 1,500 students from Castle High School & Visual Arts College, Blowers Green Primary School, Kates Hill Primary School, Jessons C of E Primary School, Priory Primary School, St Edmunds & St Johns C of E Primary School, and Wrens Nest Primary School.
Banwell's Bones Dance into the World's Oldest Cinema!
Carolyn Savidge was a Lead Practitioner Coordinator for the arts with the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust and supported the Find Your Talent North Somerset programme by directing Bones, a unique dance-for-camera film shot on location at Banwell Bone Cave, near Cheddar Gorge in North Somerset.
Romany Roots
John Keeley, Community Arts Manager at Hundred of Hoo Arts College in Kent, explains how a joint Arts, English and Media project enabled students at the school and its partner primaries to explore Romany life and culture.
Being Here
'Being Here' was part of the Arts | Generate programme - a strategic initiative developed across the region by Arts Council England, East to support programmes that are regionally distinctive, have high impact and provide a focal point for regeneration strategies that aim to make a lasting difference.
Yorkshire Film Archive Pilot Project
Screen Yorkshire is working to develop media and film education and media literacy in line with the strategies laid out in the Film Education Strategy Film: 21st Century Literacy.

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