Cultural programme – Liverpool Children’s Festival…

The Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP) is delighted to announce a new cultural programme. This aims to support a city-wide celebration of books with a diverse range of authors, poets and illustrators. We are inviting arts and cultural partners to apply for a commission to develop this for schools. The deadline to apply is Monday… Read more »

Autumn term 2020 newsletter

In our latest Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership updates you can read about all our latest collaborative initiatives, and get an overview of some of the learning offers on Culturepool, with a focus on October’s Black History Month. Click on the links below depending on the age of young people you work with: Primary Schools Autumn… Read more »

Cultural education survey with teachers –…

A consultation with 19 teachers involved in the LCEP was undertaken throughout June and July 2020, via a Google Forms survey. A follow-up focus group discussion took place online on 6 July 2020 with a sample of these teachers, to facilitate more in-depth discussion. Cultural education survey with Liverpool teachers, Summer 2020 Download Focus group… Read more »

Latest newsletter – Spring 2020

Spring has sprung, new buds are peeking out…but culture is always blooming. See what our Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership collaborators have been getting up to in our latest newsletter.

Supported internships in the cultural sector…

This project is currently paused whilst staff at The Comedy Trust are furloughed and visits to schools and cultural venues not possible due to Covid-19. We are delighted to announce that The Comedy Trust will manage a programme to establish Supported Internships in the cultural sector, with Sandfield Park School and National Museums Liverpool. They… Read more »