Creative Education Partnership have shared a number of resources that they created throughout lockdown, alongside an upcoming networking event for teachers and creative practitioners in Stoke-on-Trent.
This is a networking opportunity for teachers and creative practitioners working in the Stoke-on-Trent area. It’s suitable for anyone interested in inspiring creative education and will be full of interesting workshops and discussions. This will be an online event, more details and how to book a place can be found here.
Love Learning through Creativity artists created YouTube videos throughout lockdown that are still available online and are a brilliant resource of things to do and stories to listen to. These videos are still available to watch and are free for all.
All videos are available to access here.
One of the Loving Learning Through Creativity artists, Kirsty Cotton of Kreative Foundations created an activity pack that runs alongside the LLTC videos, it’s a downloadable resource to help young people to access cultural and artistic experiences.
The link can be found here.
Over the summer Partners in Creative Learning worked with a group of young activists and artists supported by the Kwanzaa Collective and created a short film called Our Future Hopes, this video platforms a diverse range of voices from across the city communicating and sharing positive messages.
The video and some additional creative resources can be found here.