Call out for creative practitioners to support Creative Exchange events

16th March 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Would you like to support local teachers apply creativity across the curriculum?

We’re seeking 15 creative practitioners in West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and East Yorkshire to attend our online Creative Exchange events which will take place in November.

You’ll have the opportunity to hear local teachers’ challenges and needs in short one-to-one conversations with up to 15 schools. You’ll then have the chance to respond to these needs and challenges by offering your expertise and applying your skills in new ways across multiple areas in the curriculum.

To ensure quality and to make this an enjoyable event for participants, we expect creative practitioners to:

Successful, freelance applicants will be awarded a £50 bursary for providing an hour of their time. Two schools at each event will also win £500 to work with a creative practitioner of their choosing from the event, to cover the cost of a collaborative planning session and one day of delivery.

To register for this event, please complete this short application here by 5pm on Friday, 2nd September 2022.

If you have any questions, please contact Isabelle@weareive.org.

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