Tag: Wellbeing

Making It Better toolkit

Over the last 30 years, there has been growing recognition for the impact arts and cultural projects can have on the mental health and wellbeing of

Date Created: 13th Jul 2021

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Boost Your Wellbeing During Lockdown

In the current climate, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, worried, stressed and your brain feel a bit frazzled! Now more than ever, it’s important

Date Created: 30th Apr 2020

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Museums for Health and Wellbeing report

A preliminary report from the National Alliance for Museums, Health and Wellbeing 'In recent years there has been a considerable increase in

Date Created: 11th Oct 2016

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NSPCC: How Safe Are Our Children? 2016

"How Safe are our Children 2016 comes at a time when we are reflecting on ChildLine’s 30th year – an opportunity to consider the changes that

Date Created: 15th Aug 2016

Ofsted Social Care Annual Report 2016

"This is Ofsted’s third dedicated annual report on the state of children’s social care in England. The children who come to the attention of

Date Created: 11th Jul 2016

South East Schools Arts Paper #2

The second edition of the South East Schools Arts Paper, created for distribution through schools and other education settings. This issue has a

Date Created: 26th Apr 2016

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The Art of Commissioning

The arts and culture sector has an important role to play in our public services. Whether it’s improving health and well-being through arts

Date Created: 25th Apr 2016

Folkestone’s A Sense of Place project

As part of Artswork's Teaching Schools investment programme, Shepway Teaching Schools alliance worked with the Creative Foundation and in particular,

Date Created: 28th Jul 2015

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The Power of Music

a research synthesis on the impact of actively making music on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young

Date Created: 6th Feb 2015