We provide a broad range of experiences and projects under the creative learning umbrella. These are designed to ensure accessibility to learners from all backgrounds, and to place creativity at the heart of the curriculum.

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400
projects

Lead Creative Schools

Over five hundred schools have taken part in the Lead Creative Schools project. Through it, we work with individual schools to deliver a bespoke programme of learning. These schools gain access to creative professionals, their skills and resources to improve teaching and learning.

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12,000
learners

The All-Wales Arts and Education Programme

The All-Wales Arts and Education Programme provides opportunities for schools to work with artists and cultural organisations to enrich teaching across the curriculum. The programme is split into two strands:

The Regional Arts and Education Network

The first, the Regional Arts and Education Network, makes it possible for schools and arts organisations to share best practice and find partnerships. Training is provided through the network in order for artists to shape their work with the needs of schools in mind.

The Experiencing the Arts Fund

The Experiencing the Arts Fund grants accessibility to children and young people to explore a wide range of cultural experiences. Through the Go and See project, learners have a chance to experience high quality arts events in venues across Wales. Schools and arts organisations can also take part in the Creative Collaborations scheme, which supports the delivery of ambitious and innovative arts projects to learners.

We have worked with over two hundred arts organisations to deliver over four hundred creative learning projects to twelve thousand learners throughout Wales.

These projects are made possible through joint funding from the Welsh Government and Arts Council Wales.