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Culture in Action - 2017-18 priorities

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Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock

Liverpool

L3 4BB

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Over the last 18 months the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership has reached out across sectors and phases of education. We have engaged professionals working with children and young people in events, planning and partnerships. We've recognised that helping pupils 'transition' through the phases of their education is a significant area of interest - particularly from primary into secondary and then through GCSE options and making decisions beyond this into further education, apprenticeships or jobs.

We now invite you to an event on Tuesday 19 September 2017 at Tate Liverpool to focus on three priorities in relation to helping young people navigate their education:

  • Preparing children and young people for their future of work
  • Mental health
  • A relevant, creative and local curriculum for the city region

Programme:

  • 16.30-17.00 - refreshments and wine on the Fourth Floor
  • 17.00 - a short talk from Sam Cairns from the Cultural Learning Alliance about the current landscape for arts in schools (https://www.culturallearningalliance.org.uk/).
  • We will then hear from teachers and one governor before we split into groups to discuss the priorities in more depth. We will focus on how we can work together to shape our local landscape, ensuring that culture and art is being woven into education as a tool for engagement and learning.
  • 19.00 - event closes.

PLEASE NOTE: You are welcome to arrive from 15.30 onwards for access to the exhibitions. Just quote 'Culture in Action' at the desk and you will receive free tickets to:

SAVE THE DATES: See below for dates of further seminars taking place throughout 2017-18, picking up on a different theme each term. We will circulate another Eventbrite invitation confirming the dates and venues in early September next academic year.

Autumn term 2017 - a relevant, creative and local curriculum for the city region

  • Thursday 19 October
  • Thursday 9 November

Spring term 2018 - mental health

  • Thursday 25 January
  • Thursday 15 March

Summer term 2018 - preparing children and young people for their future of work

  • Thursday 19 April
  • Thursday 28 June

We look forward to seeing you next year - have a fantastic summer break.

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Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock

Liverpool

L3 4BB

United Kingdom

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