In this section you will find a range of useful resources:
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Are you a young person? Interested in a career in 'the arts'?! Here is some information on some of the industries that make up the arts scene and support on how you can get started in the arts!
Cre8us logos and usage guidelines.
Informed by a major consultation earlier in 2010, 'Achieving great art for everyone' sets out a 10-year vision with five ambitious goals at it heart. You can download a version of this Art Council publication through our resources.
The Arts Council have produced some thought-provoking reading on 'why the arts matter' including some interesting facts and figures research.
Learning sources, references, websites, books and contacts related to projects carried out by schools working with Cre8us.
Preparing young learners for the future
Powerful professional development
Report published for Creativity,Culture and Education (CCE) in October 2009 looking at children's levels of participation in cultural activities and the views of parents on the importance and benefits of providing these activities for children and young people.
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) reveal their vision for delivering young people's access to culture, whatever their background or location.
In January 2010 Ofsted published a report which evaluates and illustrates how 44 schools across the counrty have used creative approaches to learning. The report also evaluates the impact on pupils' achievement and personal development.
Second Skin is the groundbreaking Early Years project that explored the use of exciting multi-sensory environments for young children in Early Years settings.