Welcome to Culturepool, a resource for teachers and education professionals working with young people. Culturepool aims to help you connect young people to local art and culture across the Liverpool City Region.

Culturepool is brought to you by the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership.

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dot-art

Celebrate student’s creativity with dot-art Schools

Cost: £150 per year

Join dot-art Schools 2020 to celebrate children and young people’s creativity, build their confidence and raise their aspirations. dot-art Schools…

Join dot-art Schools 2020 to celebrate children and young people's creativity, build their confidence and raise their aspirations. dot-art Schools is an interactive, online, inter-school art competition, taking place annually and culminating in a public exhibition of the winning artworks and prize giving ceremony for teachers, students and their families. The competition is open to all primary, secondary and SEND schools in the six boroughs of Liverpool City Region. To make life easier for you there is purposely no set theme for artwork entries. Both 2D or 3D works by Year 5 or Year 9 students are eligible. We hope you will join us for our 8th year! Schools can sign up now until Christmas to join the 2020 competition. Download a sign up form at schools.dot-art.com or email Carolyn Murray, Project Manager for details. dot-art Schools is also an Arts Award Supporter and an Artsmark Partner.  

Art & design

150 per year 200 dot-art
Trip out of school
Key Stages 2–3

A2E2 Education Ltd

Cafés for All®

Cost: £175 for 2 delegates

Cafes for All® inspires, engages and empowers all parents of primary aged children to support learning and is used in…

Cafes for All® inspires, engages and empowers all parents of primary aged children to support learning and is used in more than 500 UK schools What is Cafés for All®?
  • Cafes for All® is a simple, low cost and sustainable whole school approach, enabling  teaching staff  to  harness the power of parents to support children’s learning and development
  • Cafes for All® is flexible, focusing initially on reading for pleasure, followed by other aspects of a broad and rich curriculum
  • Cafés for All® is for all year groups in primary schools, year 7 in secondary schools and early years’ settings
  • Cafés for All® aims to improve outcomes for children, enrich learning for all  and develop an inclusive, supportive, learning-focused home/school partnership
Cafés for All ® training To use the approach, schools  send a member of staff with leadership responsibility on the introductory Leading Cafés for All® training day.

Art & design English Geography History Maths PSHE SMSC Science

175 for 2 delegates 200 A2E2 Education Ltd
EY - Key Stage 2

Artswork

Measuring Impact: evaluation projects by, with…

Cost: £150

Designed to help you cultivate meaningful and beneficial modes of evaluating creative projects with young people, this course will guide…

CPD/training opportunity
EY - Key Stage 5

Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning

HeARTful Learning Conference: Gender Equality in…

Cost: FREE

The Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning, and Lucy Holbrook (trainer, coach and therapist), would like to invite you to attend a…

The Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning, and Lucy Holbrook (trainer, coach and therapist), would like to invite you to attend a free upcoming conference exploring how we can create gender equality in society through Early Years and primary education: HeARTful Learning Conference Friday 8 November, 8.45am – 4.30pm The University of Chester, Warrington Campus, WA2 0DB ABOUT This event presents inspiring speakers, creative workshops and an opportunity for those working in the arts and education to share insights, questions and learning around gender equality. Key note speeches will be delivered by Graham Andre (primary teacher involved in the BBC documentary ‘No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Go Gender Free?'), Helen Griffin (primary teacher, trainer and author of ‘Gender Equality in Primary Schools – A Guide for Teachers’), and Tatiana Chemi (Associate Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark; exploring the outcomes of gender equal arts-based learning in education.) Join us to inspire and be inspired to transform our society into a fully inclusive one for people identifying as any gender. For more information and to book, visit www.heartfullearningconference.com CALL FOR WORKSHOPS If you, or anyone in your networks, would be interested in delivering an inspiring 45 minute workshop at this conference, we welcome applications. An application form and further information can be found on the conference websiteThe deadline for submissions is 5pm on Sunday 20 October. If you have any questions at all please contact pbccl@chester.ac.uk.

Art & design Citizenship Dance Drama English Gatsby benchmarks (skills for employment) Geography History Maths Music PE PSHE SMSC Science

free Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning
Classroom resource
EY - Key Stage 2