Cultural Learning Alliance

If we fail to offer our young people the opportunity to
participate in the arts and culture, then we fail to support them in becoming the leading thinkers, innovators, creative business and community leaders of the future

Lord Puttnam, Chair of the Cultural Learning Alliance
ImagineNation: The Case for Cultural Learning

Members

Members

Sign up to help promote and protect access to cultural opportunities for all children and young people.

By joining the Alliance you help to champion the message that cultural learning can make a big difference to a child’s life experience. You’ll be able to have a say in this important debate, receive the latest news and comment on cultural learning policy and practice, as well as exchange ideas and evidence.

6,923 people and 3,935 organisations have signed up so far.

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Caroline Burt
Education and Outreach Officer
M&S Company Archive

Carol Rogers
Executive Director Of Education, Communities And V
National Museums Liverpool

Susan Webster
Programme Director
BT

Organisations who have signed up:
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Royal Shakespeare Company

NSEAD

Turner Contemporary

Foundling Museum

Rainhill High School

Schools Music Association of Great Britain

National Skills Academy, Creative & Cultural

University of the Arts London Awarding Body

National Campaign for the Arts

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum

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