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.

About Culturepool

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As Creatives

A Celebration in Rhyme – New…

Cost: £395.00

Working with up to 420 children to create and perform a School Poem in just one day! New for 2020,…

Working with up to 420 children to create and perform a School Poem in just one day! New for 2020, A Celebration in Rhyme has been developed to help celebrate the stories your pupils love in verse - by writing and performing a collaborative School Poem in just a single day! After a quick assembly sharing our love of poetry and issuing the overall challenge, children will participate in collaborative writing workshops, usually for a year group at a time. Using our unique “RunAround” methodology, KS2 classes will choose the themes and content, creating the lines as they go - with EYFS and KS1 providing the chorus. And the outcome? A beautifully crafted poem extolling the wonder of stories that’s unique to your school - and that will get its very first performance at a second, celebratory assembly at the end of the day!

Drama English

395.00 300 As Creatives Yes
Visit into school
EY - Key Stage 3

Glyndebourne

Glyndebourne Schools Performance Offer

Cost: £8.00

Glyndebourne’s popular Performances for Schools comes to Liverpool Empire Theatre this November, where your students can enjoy two fully staged…

Glyndebourne’s popular Performances for Schools comes to Liverpool Empire Theatre this November, where your students can enjoy two fully staged productions and a number of free educational resources designed to maximise their experience. Tickets are £8

Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore - Thursday 21 November, 2.00pm

Light, lyrical and bursting with energy, L’elisir d’amore was the biggest success of Donizetti’s career – a comedy with the softest of hearts and the sweetest of melodies.

L’elisir d’amore is suitable for students from Year 4 upwards (aged 8 and above).

There are also a limited number of tickets available for an evening performance of Verdi’s Rigoletto for schools unable to attend a matinee performance. Book early to secure your evening tickets.

Verdi’s Rigoletto - Saturday 23 November, 7.15pm

Verdi’s own favourite opera, it is a tragedy of Shakespearean scope. A dramatic score including some of the composers' greatest tunes brings this dark opera to life.

Rigoletto is suitable for students from Year 9 upwards (aged 13 and above).

We also offer free online resources here, designed to maximise your students’ experience. 

How to book

To book call ATG Tickets on the dedicated groups booking number 0333 009 5384  or email groupsales@theambassadors.com

Art & design Dance Drama English Music

8.00 10 Glyndebourne Arts Award
Young people’s opportunity to visit, experience and participate in art or culture
Key Stages 2–5

Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres

Chinese Cultural Activities to celebrate the…

Cost: FREE

We are currently working with Chinese students from the University of Liverpool who would like to volunteer and come in…

We are currently working with Chinese students from the University of Liverpool who would like to volunteer and come in to your school to share some Chinese cultural activities with your children. The students will come into the school, accompanied by the Learning Manager from the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, and provide a 1-hour workshop. This will comprise dance, singing, learning a little Mandarin and talking to the children about their lives in China.

Citizenship Geography Music PSHE

free Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres Artsmark Arts Award
Visit into school
Key Stages 1–2

Liverpool Learning Partnership

Connecting with art for better mental…

Cost: FREE

Would you like to visit a peaceful art gallery at the end of a busy day, whilst it’s closed to…

Would you like to visit a peaceful art gallery at the end of a busy day, whilst it's closed to the public, and meet like-minded colleagues from schools and the cultural sector? This is an opportunity to reflect on how art can help us all feel better, particularly young people in both primary and secondary schools. Book here for this bespoke CPD at Tate Liverpool: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/connecting-with-art-for-better-mental-health-and-wellbeing-tickets-80437969131 During the evening you'll hear about strategies for supporting children and young people with mental health issues whilst you also look after your own needs. There will be presentations from:
  • Jon Jones, Edge Hill University - talking about the current 'Tackling the Blues' project
  • Kath Thompson, Liverpool Learning Partnership - discussing current work being done in the city to develop a whole school approach to supporting mental health
A gallery workshop will explore how connecting with artwork in the gallery space can provide a creative and inclusive environment for dialogue and a platform to develop emotional literacy and self-esteem. There will be refreshments and plenty of opportunity for discussion and sharing practice.
free Liverpool Learning Partnership
Trip out of school
EY - Key Stage 5