Final set of Cultural Education Partnership resources published

Date Created: 7th Sep 2021

Increased dialogue between partners helps build better reciprocal understanding eg. arts and cultural organisations understanding the needs of schools and vice versa.

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We have just published the final three resources in our series for Cultural Education Partnerships, created by Artswork, in our role as the Arts Council England Bridge organisation for the South East, to support local partnerships in their evolution and strategic conversations.

The three new resources focus on the following topics:

What do Cultural Education Partnerships do? Download here

CEP Funding, Communications and Evaluation Download here

Engaging with Schools Download here

These accompany the seven resources published earlier in 2021, covering topics including what Cultural Education Partnerships are, examples of different CEP structures in the South East, and information on how to formalise partnership agreements and plans.

All resources can now be found here.

The content for these resources has been drawn from a 2019 developmental evaluation of 13 South East Cultural Education Partnerships, carried out for Artswork by Ben Sandbrook/World Pencil. Evaluation took place through analysis of data and written materials, and 26 structured interviews of CEP members and Artswork staff, as well as an online survey completed by 30 CEP members.

A full list of current South East Cultural Education Partnerships can be found here.

For more information about our role as the South East Bridge organisation, visit our programme page.

 

 

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CEP resources Cultural Education Partnership Cultural Education Partnerships South East Bridge

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