Cultural Learning Alliance

We shouldn’t be wondering whether children need art and music and stories and poems any more than wondering whether plants need water

Philip Pullman
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Practice

Yorkshire

The following organisations work in Yorkshire and provide networks, advice and training for those working in cultural learning.

CapeUK is an independent research and development agency focusing on creativity and learning. They work with partners to explore and develop innovative approaches to teaching and learning which prepare children and young people for the challenges of a rapidly changing world. CAPE UK work in four main areas: consultancy, continuing professional development, project development and evaluation, and action research programmes. They deliver Creative Partnerships in two areas of Yorkshire: CAPE UK South Yorkshire delivers Creative Partnerships in Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham; CAPE UK West Yorkshire delivers Creative Partnerships in Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield, Calderdale and Kirklees.

Creative Partnerships Hull, Humber & North Yorkshire
places children and young people at the heart of a dynamic, innovative and reflective learning process. This process seeks to raise aspirations, enhance creativity, develop imagination and realise potential. By listening and responding to the pupil voice, this creative learning programme enables children and young people, school staff and creative professionals to learn together as if for the first time.
Parents group. Canterbury Children's Centre.
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