Mission: A rich and varied offer of cultural education activities for children and young people across West Norfolk with which to raise their ambition, wellbeing and skills.
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LATEST PROJECT: Barbican Box West Norfolk
About the project:
The partners of PEACH West Norfolk are proud to work with the Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning Team to support 8 classes across 6 primary schools in West Norfolk to work with a local professional artist and create their own works inspired by the poems of Michael Rosen. To find out more, please click here now
Teaching Primary Science Through Creativity – ResourceÂ Pack
Download the free teaching resource, which supports bothÂ creative practice and scientific enquiryÂ in the primary classroom, aimingÂ to offer teachers access to a variety of art experiences, aligned to each year groupâ€™s science curriculumÂ and specificallyÂ theÂ scientific skills ofÂ â€˜identifying and classifying’.
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About the partnership:
PEACH West NorfolkÂ is one of 90+ Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs) across England set up to improve the alignment of cultural education for young people as part of The Cultural Education Challenge launched byÂ Arts Council EnglandÂ in partnership with the Department for Education.
The partnership is a network of arts and cultural organisations, creative professionals, educators and others who are interested in and committed to radically enhancing the cultural education provision and opportunities for children and young people in particular areas. In this region, LCEP development is led byÂ Festival BridgeÂ who channel Arts Council investment and expertise to nine groups across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Peterborough & Suffolk.
Here at Creative Arts East, we are the lead organisation forÂ PEACH West Norfolk, and our Executive Director, Natalie Jode, acts as the Chair.
PEACH West NorfolkÂ operates against anÂ Outcomes FrameworkÂ and against aÂ Terms of Reference. Meetings take place every few months and are open to all. They enable networking between representatives and exist to develop and evolve the strategic and practical work of the cultural education partnership as a whole and of its individual contributors.
For more information or to take part in the next meeting, please contactÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.