Cultural Education in Gloucestershire
Create Gloucestershire is hosting and driving a wide range of innovative work focussed on cultural education partnership working in their county and beyond, and we work closely with them in a range of areas, including:
- Delivering a jointly-commissioned and ACE-subsidised programme of training and development for all those involved in cultural education, based on needs analyses we have carried out together over the last year. You can find details of the programme here.
- Developing and supporting a network of local cultural education hubs in specific parts of the county, each exploring different ways to engage and support children and young people at local level as well as different ways to fund and resource cultural education.
- Working together with a network of young apprentices drawn from cultural organisations across the county, supporting them to shape the cultural offer and plan a major event on cultural education in March 2016.
- Developing an innovative pilot programme focussed on connections between libraries, arts, community development and culture in a number of local areas across the county.
Working with a network of creative interns and apprentices as part of the Creative Employment Programme (which Create Gloucestershire manage). The young people work within cultural organisation’s from across the county, supporting them to shape the cultural offer and plan a major event on cultural education delivered back in March. Since this, the young people have been trained as Discover and Explore Arts award Advisers, so they can build Arts Award into their practise. They have also had training focussed on areas such as needs analysis, further CPD routes, volunteering and becoming a trustee.
RIO are working with Create Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire Libraries, and the Barnwood Trust on an Esmee Fairbairn-supported pilot project to further develop the role of local libraries as creative and socially enterprising cultural education hubs.
Create Gloucestershire is made up of over 70 members and associate members from across the arts and cultural sector in the county. Together with a range of strategic partners from across different sectors they think, research, test and share ideas to encourage arts to become “everyday”. A lead partner has been identified and priorities agreed, building on previous long term partnership work and analysis with Bridge. For more information on the Gloucestershire Cultural Education Partnership please contact Pippa Jones at hello@ creategloucestershire.co.uk
There are some really interesting tools and data sets which are freely available – including the Arts Council’s ‘cultural education data toolkit’ – along with a range of other databases focussed on cost of interventions for children and young people, disadvantage, health and education.
You can take a look at these resources using the links below:
Briefings and training events
Artsmark Partnership Programme Briefing
These free briefings are for arts & cultural organisations who want to become Artsmark Partners and help registered schools and education settings access great arts and culture for their pupils.
Gloucestershire Artsmark Partnership Briefing – Mon 10th Feb 2020, 11:00 – 1:00
In order to attend one of the below events, you must first register your education setting with Artsmark on the Arts Council website here.
Gloucestershire Development Day – Mon 9th Mar 2020, 9:30 – 12:30
Gloucestershire Support Surgery – Mon 9th Mar 2020, 1:00 – 3:00
Gloucestershire Development Day – Mon 15th Jun 2020, 9:30 – 12:30
Gloucestershire Support Surgery – Mon 15th Jun 2020, 1:00 – 3:00
Cultural organisations (including NPOs)
|Arts in Rural Gloucestershire||Cheltenham Festivals||Cinderford Artspace||Create Gloucestershire|
|The Everyman Theatre||New Brewery Arts||The Poetry Archive||PREMA|
|The Roses Theatre||Stroud Valley Artspace|
The Music Education Hub for Gloucestershire is Make Music Gloucestershire.
For a full list of Arts Award supporters in Gloucestershire, click here.
For a full list of Arts Award centres in Gloucestershire, click here.
The Museum Development Officer in Gloucestershire is Jason Finch.
The ASCEL (public libraries) representative in Gloucestershire is Jill Barker.
Gloucestershire supports the Creative Skills Initiative.
Schools and Artsmark
Artsmark Registered Education Settings
Artsmark Awarded Education Settings
|Churchdown Village Infant School||Dinglewell Junior School||Dormer House School||Field Court Junior School|
|Hopelands Preparatory School||Powell’s CofE Primary School||St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School||The Rissington School|
|Uplands Community Primary School|
To find details of all the schools in this Local Education Authority area please click here.