PEACH West Norfolk 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 by Arts Council England in partnership with the Department for Education.
An LCEP 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 by Festival Bridge 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 for PEACH West Norfolk, and our Executive Director, Natalie Jode, acts as the Chair.
PEACH West Norfolk operates against an Outcomes Framework and against a 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 contact email@example.com.
Sign up to the PEACH West Norfolk Newsletter…
A free half-termly newsletter containing relevant opportunities and resources for both teachers and educations, arts professionals, parents/carers and young people within the borough.
To subscribe or submit info for inclusion please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the West Norfolk Cultural Exchange Facebook Group
A private group for PEACH West Norfolk members and others to seek support for challenges, find out about what else is going on, communicate with each other and advocate for the value of culture in education. You can access this here.
Submit your ideas to the Community Commissioning Programme
Currently closed to general submissions. Please check back for further information on the new commissioning stream for 2020-2022.
Find out about the ‘Barbican Box’ West Norfolk project!
Watch this space!