East of England
The following organisations work in the East of England and provide networks, advice and training for those working in cultural learning.
Royal Opera House Creative Partnerships is managed by the Royal Opera House, and works with over 100 schools across the region to deliver innovative long-term partnerships between schools and creative professionals. The Creative Partnerships programme helps schools look at different ways of growing creativity and delivering the curriculum through creative teaching and learning techniques, working across subject and year groups and encouraging parents to get involved.
Norfolk & Norwich Festival delivers Creative Partnerships Norfolk, in collaboration with the Norfolk County Council Children Services. For the past two years Norfolk & Norwich Festival has successfully delivered Creative Partnerships in Great Yarmouth. By being public-focused and participant-led, and by providing the best possible engagement with art and culture, they aim to help others find individual meaning and understanding through experiential creative learning.
The UK Centre for Carnival Arts (UKCCA) is a unique, pioneering arts centre that has recently opened in Luton, delivering Creative Partnerships in Luton and Bedford schools. The UKCCA exists to provide education, enterprise, advocacy, training and outreach activities that promote the value, reach and powerful impact of carnival arts.