Cultural Learning Alliance made social media postcards.
We must not fail children: Daily Mail online
Should more time be given to the arts? Tradewind Recruitment
RSC and tate call for arts education changes British Theatre Guide
Our schools missing component arts Arts Industry
More time for the arts Kirklees Business Solutions
Jacqui O’Hanlon writes for Arts Industry: The Word
RSC deputy artistic director Erica Whyman writes in the TES why we need an arts premium in schools
Jacqui o’Hanlon writes about TALE for the ASCL’s The Leader magazine
Cultural Learning Alliance evidence webpage
RSC Education News Spring Edition
- TATE call for ‘arts rich’ curriculum. Tuesday 17 December 2019;
- Times Educational SupplementTate call for visual part to be part of core curriculum;
- Artnet news Tate and Dozens of British Museums Are Calling on Boris Johnson to Fulfill His Promises to Increase Arts Funding,
- Coverage in the Shropshire Star
- Webblog Schools Improvement also picked the story up.
Questions asked in Parliament
Evidence about facilitating subjects given to the Civic Universities Commission 30th November
RSA uses our interpretation of arts-rich schools in a call for participants
The Nottingham School Improvement Board uses the TALE research as the basis for a city wide Cultural Rucksack programme.
TALE research is cited in the Durham Commission report on creativity, Pat is thanked as an adviser.
TALE research is cited the Cultural Learning Alliance paper on social justice and the arts.
TALE is the basis of the RSA project to examine the practices of eight arts rich schools
Nottingham city implements “the cultural rucksack” – an entitlement for all young people in the city – based on and in our research.
Chris gave a lecture in Norway in January to the Cultural Rucksack partners.
Pat gave a public lecture for the Durham Creativity Commission, April 24, presented at the Lichfield Curriculum Ed conference on June 1, and to the ROH Thriving Child conference on June 28 (this was nationally streamed to five other youth bridge conferences).
Pat gave a lecture to a national conference of bridge organisations at the Royal Opera House (July 2019)
Pat presented keynote to a Norwegian Arts and Education conference held at OsloMet in August 2019.
Pat attended the Cultural Learning Alliance consultation on the arts education workforce (September 2019)
Pat presented at the Chartered College of Teachers arts and cultural education event September 2019. Their blog post by Steve Berryman here.
Pat presented to the London South Schools Teaching Alliance ( January 2020)
Pat spoke about arts rich schools at the Barbican – RSC creativity conference (January 10, 2020)
Pat presented to researchers and arts practitioner and policy-makers in Melbourne February 2020.