As the Arts Council Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire and Humber we work with education, arts, cultural and youth sectors to make sure all children and young people have access to great arts and cultural opportunities.
Explore this site for more on our Bridge offer and get in touch with your sub-regional contact below to talk about how we can support you in delivering excellent cultural education for young people in the region.
West Yorkshire – Lisa Turney firstname.lastname@example.org
South Yorkshire – Jamie Butcher email@example.com
North Yorkshire – Mary Owoo firstname.lastname@example.org
East Yorkshire – Isabelle Ashcroft email@example.com
Discover the impact our work is having across Yorkshire and Humber and hear from creative education ambassadors from the cultural and education sector.
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.
Each year a quarter of our Arts Council funding is co-invested in the strategic development of Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs).
Our Partnership Investment fund supports LCEPs to develop innovative models and ways of working and new relationships, that embed creative and cultural education long term.
Schools play a vital role in ensuring that every child and young person has access to arts and cultural experiences. Our schools offer includes a range of support, professional development and opportunities that are designed to help schools develop fantastic creative education.
Arts Award is a range of qualifications that supports anyone up to the age of 25 in developing as artists and arts leaders.
Designed by schools for schools, the refreshed Artsmark will help you to embed arts and culture in your whole school improvement plan.
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