For cultural partners

Welcome to Culturepool, a resource for arts and cultural partners to share arts and cultural education activity with teachers, school staff and professionals working with young people. It aims to capture everything you have to offer children, young people, teachers and professionals working with them– no matter what subject, theme, topic, age or cost. You can submit information as and when you want to via the ‘Add an offer’ form, to update your existing offers and share new ones.

We look forward to receiving your offers and hope Culturepool is a useful tool for you – we welcome feedback and comments!

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Collective Encounters

Weekly Youth Theatre

Cost: FREE

Collective Encounters Youth Theatre (CE:YT) uses drama and other art forms, like music and spoken word, to explore and take…

Collective Encounters Youth Theatre (CE:YT) uses drama and other art forms, like music and spoken word, to explore and take action on the issues that matter most to young people. We meet every Tuesday evening (during term time) on Zoom, 6pm-8pm, and are open to anyone aged 14-18. Until the Summer holidays we are working on a series of mini-modules, building skills and material for a new live/online show in the Autumn. Modules will develop skills such as creative writing and video editing, and explore current issues such as racial justice and climate change. Check our website for details on the latest module. New members are welcome to join at any time. To join, email ben@collective-encounters.org.uk and let us know if you have any access requirements.

Drama

free Collective Encounters Artsmark Arts Award
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 4–5

Marina Berg

Accordion Music Introduction

Cost: £20

Online accordion music lessons and instructions from music tutor/performer/composer with 25 years of experience.

Online accordion music lessons and instructions from music tutor/performer/composer with 25 years of experience.

Music

20 20 Marina Berg Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
EY - Key Stage 5

Chaos Dance

Dance for Key Stage 1 and…

Cost: FREE

Chaos Dance provide unique learning experiences for primary school pupils. Our sessions are bespoke to your curriculum needs and promote…

Chaos Dance provide unique learning experiences for primary school pupils. Our sessions are bespoke to your curriculum needs and promote healthy, happy lifestyles. They integrate learning from other curriculum areas and provide young people with creative and physical outlets. We have a range of options to choose from including one-off half day/full day workshops and regular delivery throughout the school year.

Dance PE

free Chaos Dance Yes
Visit into school
Key Stages 1–2

The Bookworm Players

Black History video workshops

Cost: FREE

Created and delivered by Chris and Emile from The Bookworm Players this video shines a light on Black history, our…

Created and delivered by Chris and Emile from The Bookworm Players this video shines a light on Black history, our history in the UK and our responsibility to find out more. Looking at representation and diversity we take a look at who we are, and how everybody's story should be told. This session should be a springboard to further discussions about equality and celebrating Black history and inclusivity. As part of the Cultural Programme following on from the Liverpool Children's Festival of Reading, you can access this workshop and many other resources on the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to select your workshop. Suitable for Upper KS2-KS3

Citizenship Drama English History PSHE SMSC

free The Bookworm Players Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 2–3

The Bookworm Players

We Love Words

Cost: FREE

Led by Jess, Artistic Director of The Bookworm Players. This session explores the history of words, both written and spoken.…

Led by Jess, Artistic Director of The Bookworm Players. This session explores the history of words, both written and spoken. Through Shakespearean insults, Roald Dahl's made-up words and quick thinking games and discussions, the session culminates in a performance-based exercise giving pupils the chance to write and perform their own monologues. To access this, and explore many more resources, please go to the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to select your workshop. Suitable for KS2/lower KS3

Drama English

free The Bookworm Players Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 2–3

The Bookworm Players

Express Yourself! Dance workshop

Cost: FREE

Find yourself some space and get ready to join Mike, our Choreographer for The Bookworm Players. Focusing on themes of…

Find yourself some space and get ready to join Mike, our Choreographer for The Bookworm Players. Focusing on themes of Kindness, Friendship and Identity this fun, interactive workshop uses dance to help pupils express themselves. With inspiration from Susannah Lloyd’s book ' The Terribly Friendly Fox.' There is a workshop resource to accompany the video with a guide to the exercises and further activities. To access these, and explore many more resources, please go to the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to choose your Workshop. Suitable for KS1

Dance Drama English PE PSHE

free The Bookworm Players Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stage 1

The Bookworm Players

Your True Self workshop

Cost: FREE

Join Izzie as she smashes stereotypes by helping us discover our true super selves! This workshop is all about encouraging…

Join Izzie as she smashes stereotypes by helping us discover our true super selves!
This workshop is all about encouraging young people to express themselves authentically through Art, Drama and Creative writing, rejecting the idea of stereotypes that can hold us back from being our most authentic selves. Inspired by Ava’s refusal to live up to the stereotype of a “Princess’’ in Marie Basting’s brilliant book Princess BMX.
The workshop includes a written resource to accompany it with further activities that relate to the themes. To access this, and explore many more resources, please go to the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to select your workshop.
Suitable for KS2

Art & design Citizenship Dance Drama English PSHE SMSC

free The Bookworm Players Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stage 2

The Bookworm players

Creative Writing workshop

Cost: FREE

A video workshop led by Hayley Greggs, Co-Artistic Director of Paperwork Theatre Company. Exploring the theme of Identity using inspiration…

A video workshop led by Hayley Greggs, Co-Artistic Director of Paperwork Theatre Company. Exploring the theme of Identity using inspiration from Kathryn Evan's novel 'Beauty Sleep', pupils will learn creative writing techniques. Includes an introduction to understanding how characters and their identities can be created. There is a workshop resource to accompany the video with a guide to the excersises and further activities. To access these, and explore many more resources, please go to the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to find this resource. (Please note you do not need to have read 'Beauty Sleep' to take part in this workshop). Suitable for KS3

Drama English PSHE

free The Bookworm players Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stage 3