Cultural Education in Plymouth
Creativity and culture are buzzing in Plymouth, with new venues, festivals and events springing up. The energy of young makers is at the heart of these developments, from Outpost to Native Makers; Exim to Street Factory; and Young Rewired State to Code Clubs.
Plymouth Culture is an independent agency dedicated to supporting Plymouth’s cultural development, and to helping organisations, communities and events flourish. Agreement has been secured for Plymouth Culture to host and lead the CEP, as a recognised sub-committee of the Plymouth Culture Board. Terms of reference have been developed and agreed, including 50% representation of young people on the board. Discussions have also started with the Teaching School’s Culture and Arts Network, whose focus is developing the capacity of teachers.
This data is an overview of the top level picture in Plymouth and has been sourced from Arts Council England’s Data Portal, the Department for Education and Department of Health. For more information on the Plymouth Cultural Education Partnership please contact Dom Jinks at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
In order to attend one of the below events, you must first register your education setting with Artsmark on the Arts Council website here.
Plymouth Development Day – Thu 18th Jun 2020, 9:30 – 12:30
Plymouth Support Surgery – Thu 18th Jun 2020, 1:00 – 3:00
Cultural organisations (including NPOs)
The Music Education Hub for Plymouth is Plymouth Music Education Hub.
For a full list of Arts Award supporters in Plymouth, click here.
For a full list of Arts Award centres in Plymouth, click here.
The Plymouth Museum Partnership is led by Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.
The ASCEL (public libraries) representative in Plymouth is Julia Hale.
Plymouth is also a supporter of Arts Council England and Creative & Cultural Skills’ Creative Skills Initiative, and RIO delivers this programme in Plymouth.
|Nicky Harwood||Painter & Printmaker||https://www.nickyharwood.co.uk/|
Schools and Artsmark
Artsmark Registered Education Settings
Artsmark Awarded Education Settings
|Ernesettle Community School||Plympton St Maurice Primary School|
To find details of all the schools in this Local Education Authority area please click here.