Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership

Liverpool established its ‘Local Cultural Education Partnership’ (LCEP) in March 2016, in response to the Arts Council England’s Cultural Education Challenge.

The Arts Council launched the challenge in a bid to make sure that more children and young people can:

  • create, compose, and perform;
  • visit, experience and participate in extraordinary work;
  • know more, understand more, and review the experiences they’ve had.

The Cultural Education Challenge asks art and cultural organisations, educational institutions and local authorities to join up and think differently about how we all work together to give every child and young person these opportunities. You can learn more about local cultural education partnerships across the North West on the Curious Minds website.

Governance of the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP)

Please visit the Liverpool Learning Partnership website to find out about LCEP governance, who is involved and access the most recently approved minutes of the steering group.

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Mandela8

Mandela Week – My 67 Minutes

Cost: FREE

Mandela8 is marking Mandela Day this year by encouraging schools and the public to take part in a whole week…

Mandela8 is marking Mandela Day this year by encouraging schools and the public to take part in a whole week of activities. These aim to promote community cohesion and highlight those who have been affected by the ongoing pandemic. Amongst the suggested activities for the public to get involved in are calls for community choirs to entertain residents in lockdown (whilst engaging in social distancing) as well as litter picking and planting trees - we're looking for any acts of kindness. Participants are encouraged to spend 67 minutes of their day taking part in their chosen act of kindness - one minute for every year of Mandela's public service - as part of this #My67Minutes campaign, sponsored by Torus Foundation. Mandela Week - 13th to 21st July, 2020

Art & design Citizenship Dance Drama History Music

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EY - Key Stage 5

As Creatives Connect

Socially Distanced Outdoor Maths and Literacy…

Cost: £395.00

With research suggesting that Covid-19 transmits significantly less in open spaces than indoors, many schools are seeing the power of…

With research suggesting that Covid-19 transmits significantly less in open spaces than indoors, many schools are seeing the power of Outdoor Learning – as its approaches allow children to work in “bubbles”. Our Outdoor Learning programmes have long been both popular and successful – and are ideally suited to the current situation, providing children with fantastic opportunities to place curriculum areas in context, to enjoy all the myriad benefits of being outside and to engage in social (but safe) behaviour. All of them exist in age-differentiated formats from EYFS to Year 6  - and allow us to work with a number of groups in a single day. Outdoor Maths Outdoor spaces provide wonderful opportunities to explore how numbers and shapes create both the built and natural worlds. So our engaging (and very active!) outdoor maths workshops, utilising our specially designed portable Outdoor Maths Trail, feature a range of tried and tested al fresco activities, bringing home the relevance of numeracy to our everyday lives – and providing lots of scope for problem solving too! Outdoor Literacy From The Gruffalo to Alice in Wonderland, many of the “greats’ of children’s literature, of course, are set wholly or partly outdoors – inspiring our exciting and engaging Outdoor Literacy workshop - CSI: Bookmark … The Book Review Competition at Little Podmore Library received record entries this year – but someone snuck in before judging was complete, and jumbled up all the entries! In a series of age-differentiated workshops, your children will work in “bubbles” on a carousel supporting them in realising just how much they know about literature. And, as they explore to the full their creative connection-making skills, we’re sure they’ll be able to make sense of it all! Purchase Your Own Outdoor Maths Trail Our Outdoor Maths Trail comprises ten durable, waterproof bags, each containing age-differentiated Outdoor Maths questions, challenges and activities - together with all required resources (plus a Teacher's Guide) - all contained in one easy-to-carry box. Available in formats for both primary and secondary schools, the Trail focuses on a whole range of mathematical areas including additive reasoning, multiplicative reasoning number patterns, fractions, percentages, properties of 2D shapes, properties of 3D shapes, money, positional language, multi-stage problem solving and logic problems. Get in touch for more details.

English Maths

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As Creatives Connect

Outdoor Maths Trail

Cost: £450.00

Our Outdoor Maths Trail comprises ten durable, waterproof bags, each containing age-differentiated Outdoor Maths questions, challenges and activities – together…

Our Outdoor Maths Trail comprises ten durable, waterproof bags, each containing age-differentiated Outdoor Maths questions, challenges and activities - together with all required resources (plus a Teacher's Guide) - all contained in one easy-to-carry box. Available in formats for both primary and secondary schools, the Trail focuses on a whole range of mathematical areas including additive reasoning, multiplicative reasoning number patterns, fractions, percentages, properties of 2D shapes, properties of 3D shapes, money, positional language, multi-stage problem solving and logic problems. Get in touch for more details.

Maths

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As Creatives Connect

As Creatives Whole School Digital Maths…

Cost: FREE

As schools begin the process of re-opening their doors to pupils, initially from selected year groups, we know teachers are…

As schools begin the process of re-opening their doors to pupils, initially from selected year groups, we know teachers are looking once again for the high quality and engaging creative learning programmes that As Creatives can offer – but in the knowledge that safety is paramount. Therefore for the new school term we are making available digital versions of some of our most popular maths programmes, allowing you to run these in school yourselves, without running any of the risks associated with hosting external visitors. Programmes include: The Benefactor, The Race into Space and The Riddle of the Sphinx - all delivered by our sister company As Creatives Connect. We’ll also be making many more programmes available digitally in the coming months – so from the autumn term onwards you can also buy A Taste of the Times, CSI: Michaela Maths and CSI: Goldilocks! Our digital programmes can be enjoyed by anything from a single class to a whole school, so represent fantastic value for money. As the current situation, though, places limits on the number of pupils in schools at the moment, we’re able to provide them at the Introductory Offer of £145.00 per programme. And although this offer will end on August 31st 2020, you can, of course, make purchases now to use in the autumn term (or beyond).

Maths

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Liverpool John Moores University

Lockdown Labyrinth Arts Activity

Cost: FREE

This arts-based research project centres around labyrinth activities. The labyrinth is an ancient archetype that has re-emerged in recent decades…

This arts-based research project centres around labyrinth activities. The labyrinth is an ancient archetype that has re-emerged in recent decades and is often used in educational as well as health and well-being settings. The aim is to explore how arts activities can be useful during epidemics. In particular, how can children and teenagers process, reflect and capture their experiences of lockdown by engaging with labyrinth activities? As the COVID-19 pandemic left us adjusting to a very different way of life - many of us home schooling for the first time - the arts sector is playing a huge part in devising imaginative ways to help reduce social isolation and manage the mental health and well-being of communities. If you are interested in taking part and want to find out more, please access all the resources and information here and contact Elaine McNeill if you have any questions: e.mcneill@ljmu.ac.uk 07782 482 733

Art & design Citizenship History Maths

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Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 1–4

Movema

Dancing Around the World

Cost: FREE

Movema’s youth dance project ‘Unlock the Box’ brings you four 30 minute dance sessions, each from different parts of the…

Movema's youth dance project 'Unlock the Box' brings you four 30 minute dance sessions, each from different parts of the world. Dance in the comfort of your own home, classroom or...anywhere! Sessions include information about culture, language, music and are accessible for all- no previous dance experience necessary, just pop onto our Youtube channel and learn at your own pace! Ties in brilliantly with PE, Music, Dance, Geography and PSHE. YouTube - Movema Dance

Dance Geography Music PSHE

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Digital/online activity or resource
EY - Key Stage 5

Rob Keeley

Virtual author workshops and PDF writing…

Cost: £150+ (but negotiable)

During the lockdown/phased return to school, I am making my author workshops and Creative Writing sessions for young people available…

During the lockdown/phased return to school, I am making my author workshops and Creative Writing sessions for young people available virtually, via Zoom or Skype.  These can include almost everything that a face-to-face workshop would include, and are available at the same affordable rates. Original face-to-face offer now available via Zoom or Skype I also have a two-week writing course aimed at young people - Rob Keeley's Story Starters.  This is a PDF booklet based around the daily writing prompts I wrote while Children's Writer in Residence at the Stay at Home Literary Festival, and is suitable for Key Stages 2 or 3, and for school or homeschooling.  This is available for just £10 per copy. For more info, contact me at wordsmithrk@hotmail.co.uk, or visit www.robkeeley.co.uk or twitter.com/RobKeeleyAuthor.

English

150+ (but negotiable) 200 Rob Keeley Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
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Open Eye Gallery

A STAY AT HOME PHOTOGRAPHY TOOLKIT

Cost: FREE

A set of creative photography workshops and activities for families and young people to do at home.

A set of creative photography workshops and activities for families and young people to do at home.

Art & design

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Digital/online activity or resource
EY - Key Stage 5