Swale CEP is keen to bring together useful resources and initiatives to enable partners to do more together. If you have a useful tool that you would like to share here please contact us.
Swale Creative Schools Network Newsletter
This regular newsletter is sent to all school members of the SCSN, aiming to signpost events, opportunities and projects for children and young people to actively engage in the arts, culture and heritage. It particularly focuses on cultural offers in and with Swale. If you have an article/listing that you would like to include in the next SCSN newsletter please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Download and read previous newsletters by clicking links below:
100 Objects that Made Kent
A web resource designed specifically for teachers wanting to discover more about Kent’s rich history. Enrich your curriculum and enhance your lessons by searching through the 100 objects that made Kent what it is today.
Creative Providers Map
This map has been created by our friends at Curious minds, the Arts Council Bridge organisation for the North West of England. It aims to demonstrate the vast scale and diversity of our creative and cultural education workforce in a way that hasn’t been done before. Teachers, school leaders and local authority commissioners can use this map to discover the expertise that exists within their local community, to help plan and deliver fun and engaging learning provision ether during term time of for holiday activities.
You can search for creative providers by postcode or place name and zoom in to find out more about the expertise that exists in your area.
Amplify – Profiling children and young people voice in cultural learning
Profiling children & young people’s voice in creative & cultural learning, Amplify is made for professionals working in the cultural, education & youth sectors. Each episode shares evidence from a range of contexts designed to inspire & give practical tools to support your work with amplifying children & young people’s voice.
A space for school leaders, teachers, those working in cultural organisations, scientists, researchers and parents to share ideas about how to teach for creativity and develop young people’s creativity at and beyond school
ROH Bridge newsletter
sign up to keep up to date with regional opportunities as well as Royal Opera House national arts programmes.