Arts Council England has announced the launch of the Cultural Education Challenge - a call for the arts, culture and education sectors to work together in offering a consistent, and high quality, arts and cultural education for all children and young people.
As the South East Bridge Organisation, we work to connect children and young people in the region with great arts and cultural experiences - and have a wide number of ways to help schools, children and young people’s organisations and arts, cultural and heritage organisations rise to the Cultural Education Challenge. Take a look at the ways we can help you below, or for more information contact us at [email protected]
Case studies and resources
Our resource bank contains a library full of useful case studies, tools and examples of best practice
Connecting schools with great arts and culture
Connectingwithculture.com provides a portal for schools and organisations working with children and young people to quickly and easily connect with the South East’s best arts and culture. More information here
Designed by schools, for schools, the revamped Artsmark award will help deliver a high quality arts and cultural education – and provide an excellent way for schools to demonstrate their commitment to this.
A range of accredited arts qualifications that support children and young people to develop their creativity, leadership and communication skills. More info
Training and CPD
We offer a package of professional development opportunities designed to strengthen skills, knowledge and understanding of youth arts, covering a range of topics including child protection, project management and mentoring. More info
The seven Quality Principles make up an evaluation framework for working with children and young people. What are the Quality Principles?