Presentation on theme: "Question … connect … imagine … reflect… Creativity and education in England Chris Batstone and Louise Dollings."— Presentation transcript:
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Creativity and education in England Chris Batstone and Louise Dollings
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Originally established in 1988 A school curriculum that meets the needs of individuals and groups of pupils SATs, School league tables and Ofsted Inspections Defined by programmes of study, attainment targets and level descriptions, and assessment National Curriculum Photo: Gavin Joynt
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Academic Standards The National Challenge- to support schools with the lowest GCSE results 5 or more A*-C grades at GCSE including English & Maths Intense level of accountability- Safeguarding and Local Authority statutory responsibilities National Strategies- Primary and Secondary- to improve standards & raise achievement Photos: Gavin Joynt
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Be Healthy Stay Safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic well being Every Child Matters Photo: Gavin Joynt
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Economic Challenge- Qualifications no longer guarantee work. Technological Challenge- T he speed and scale of technological change Social Challenge- Young people confident in time of social and cultural change Personal Challenge- D evelop the unique capacities of all young people All Our Futures: Creativity Culture and Education Photo: Gavin Joynt
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Our approaches to education… Creative Campus, Theatre Cap-a-pie Photographer: Jim Ward 7 “Are stifling some of the most important capacities that young people need to make their way in the demanding world of the 21st century” Sir Ken Robinson
question … connect … imagine … reflect… Creative Partnerships Government programme to develop creative learning across England Started in 2002, will invest £100m between 2009 and 2011 in cultural and creative learning. From 2008 managed by an independent organisation called Creativity, Culture and Education Funding comes from Cultural sector, not education
question … connect … imagine … reflect… planning to ensure programmes based on the needs of the school and its pupils The Creative Partnerships approach long-term relationships between young people, teachers and creative practitioners Supports young people, teachers and practitioners working as co-constructors of learning linking programme development closely with priorities identified by the school in-depth evaluation and reflection, leading to sustainable and embedded practice Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA
question … connect … imagine … reflect… The rise of creative education… Nurturing Creativity in Young People- Paul Roberts, 2006 Rose Review of Primary curriculum-less subject driven 14-19 Reform of secondary education- personalised learning, competency curriculum Creativity: Find it, Promote it- Qualifications & Curriculum Authority OFSTED: 'Learning: creative approaches that raise standards'.
question … connect … imagine … reflect… "We believe that the best education has creativity at its heart" Photos: Gavin Joynt House of Commons Education and Skills Committee 2007
question … connect … imagine … reflect… The Future… Comprehensive Spending Review, October 2010
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