In response to the Cultural Education Challenge we are working in the majority of Yorkshire and the Humber’s 15 local authority areas to establish local Cultural Education Partnerships. We want to ensure every child and young person has access to a consistent offer of high quality arts and cultural education. Each partnership will reflect the identity and needs of its own local area. We are bringing partners together to help them establish a shared approach to removing identified barriers to access to arts and culture faced by children and young people in their local community.
Cultural education partners include:
For more information:
Please click the following link.
If you would like to find out how to get involved in your local cultural education partnership please email the appropriate Project Support Officer:
South Yorkshire: laura@weareIVE.org
West Yorkshire: caroline@weareIVE.org
North Yorkshire, York and the Humber: charlotte@weareIVE.org
For background information on each of the local authority areas you can view our Yorkshire and the Humber area summaries of ACE Data Portal.
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