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The Gold Arts Award: unlocking creative potential

4th October 2022 - Sharon Rugg

COVID-19 put the brakes on learning and life for many young people. But for some, this period unlocked new creative paths. This case study…

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Chapel Allerton Primary: embracing a diverse curriculum

25th July 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications When Chapel Allerton Primary took part in IVE’s ’Hidden Narratives’ teacher CPD programme they couldn’t foresee its…

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North East Lincolnshire partnership championing youth voice

6th June 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications Young people are our future, their creativity and actions will shape the modern world. So why, all…

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IVE micro-commissions 2022: Breaking barriers to youth engagement in the arts

23rd March 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications In as large and diverse a region as Yorkshire, young people can face numerous barriers to arts…

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Quality Principles Training: enriching youth cultural experiences

15th February 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. The power of arts and culture to touch young lives is clear. But meaningful cultural engagement of…

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Young Producers programme inspires creative career ambitions

31st January 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Dave Herbert. “I learned that I can talk to other people, share my ideas and listen. Loved it.” Creating a social and…

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Arts Award Discover at Home: Inspiring young people during lockdown

25th January 2022 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. The Covid-19 pandemic has hit home life hard. Multiple times, children and parents and carers have found…

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Funding for Schools: unlocking small grants know-how to enrich arts and cultural learning

1st December 2021 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. It’s no secret that an arts rich curriculum pays dividends in terms of pupil learning and engagement….

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A to Z of wellbeing: a creative remedy for a post-pandemic world

25th November 2021 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Dave Herbert. The A-Z Wellbeing Cards, developed in partnership between Jo Stockdale from Well Within Reach and IVE, have already made significant…

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Gold Arts Award: a route to creative self-discovery and future pathways

17th November 2021 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. It is not easy growing up in this fast-paced, competitive world. With educational institutions pressed to ‘perform’,…

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IVE artist micro-commissions 2021: creative paths out of Covid-19

21st October 2021 - Kayla Herbert

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. Image courtesy of Green Lane. In February 2021, the arts and education sectors were dealing with a…

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How New Bewerley Community School unlocked creative talent and curriculum change to achieve Platinum Artsmark status

2nd September 2021 - Laura Bloor

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. New Bewerley embraces music with the In Harmony Opera North team. When New Bewerley Community School started…

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Coproduction with Young People – Wakefield LitFest’s success with handing over control

27th July 2021 - Laura Bloor

IVE shares this case study on behalf of Wakefield LitFest (created by Spark – Wakefield’s Cultural Education Partnership). Written by Amy Winder. Wakefield Litfest…

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A programme for a diverse age: Creative Approaches to Hidden Narratives

14th July 2021 - Laura Bloor

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. Day-to-day we live and work in communities with hidden, multi-cultural pasts that we can fail to know…

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IVE’s Applied Creativity Labs – young innovators making change

1st July 2021 - Sharon Rugg

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. In these uncertain times of pandemics, climate crises and health and social challenges we must equip our…

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Shining a light on diversity and inclusion – how IVE is empowering cross-sector change

28th June 2021 - Laura Bloor

Tess Parker, in conversation with Sarah Mumford, reports on the impact of Diversity and Inclusion training on organisation change.  The subject of how we…

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Making their Artsmark: collaboration, connections and peer-to-peer learnings in Rotherham

23rd June 2021 - Laura Bloor

Written by Paul Drury-Bradey, The Rotherham Artsmark Consortium group is bringing together schools to collaborate in new ways, make unexpected connections and help…

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Growtheatre and Third Angel empower young people to achieve Arts Award success during COVID-19 lockdown

24th May 2021 - Laura Bloor

Written by Tess Parker, Story Tiller Communications. Following the announcement of the first COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 Growtheatre’s Rachel Newman and Third Angel’s…

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Bridge Plans Ahead

25th March 2021 - Laura Bloor

The past year has brought many challenges and changes for the education and culture sectors. As we embark on a new strategic year for…

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In precarious times, IVE make the case for diversity in creative, resilient teams

19th November 2020 - Susie Newton

A version of this article was first published on the 19th of November 2020 by CIN News. Diversity and inclusion has been a focus across…

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Case Study: Powerful Partnerships with Rugby League Cares

2nd April 2020 - April Shilston

Through the Partnership Investment programme at IVE, Rugby League Cares was empowered to spearhead an exciting and innovative partnership between Rugby League club foundations…

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North and South, local and International, traditional and modern: The story of a Cultural Education Challenge partnership between Batley Girls School and The Tetley, Leeds

14th September 2019 - admin

The Tetley Gallery in Leeds is part of a range of exciting programmes. One such was the New North and South programme, working with…

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Congratulations to the 11 New Artsmark Schools in Yorkshire & Humber

14th December 2018 - Verity Clarke

WELL DONE That’s from the whole team at IVE to the 11 newly awarded Artsmark schools making 73 schools in Yorkshire & Humber with…

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IVE Launches New Creative Families Award  

1st November 2018 - Adam Halls

IVE are pleased to announce the launch of our new Creative Families Award to an audience of museum and gallery education representatives from across…

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Celebrate Artsmark Week 2018

5th October 2018 - Adam Halls

It’s the 2nd ever Celebrate Artsmark Week and all week long we’re showcasing the fantastic work that all Artsmark schools in Yorkshire are doing…

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Case Study: Cultural Connections – Connecting young people with arts professional

8th August 2017 - Susie Newton

Background:  The Geraldine Connor Foundation (GCF) in collaboration with IVE and Leeds City College delivered a 12 week pilot scheme from the 30th May – 22nd August on behalf of the Leeds Grand Futures network.   The aim of…

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Why building the independent learning skills of pupils is crucial for Initial Teacher Trainees

5th July 2018 - Drew Rowlands

Initial Teacher Training is crucial, with many teachers carrying forward the teaching strategies they first learn through their whole career. In this blog, Drew…

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Leeds Curriculum Puts The City’s Stories At Schools’ Fingertips

21st June 2018 - Sarah Beckett

Over 100 teachers and leaders attended the launch of the Leeds Curriculum, at Leeds Museum on Thursday 14th June. The Leeds Curriculum puts the…

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Ignite Yorkshire: Connecting Young People with Yorkshire’s Industrial Heritage

25th May 2018 - Marie Millward

Ignite Yorkshire, a programme aiming to connect young people with Yorkshire’s industrial heritage, has completed its development phase, learning much about how young people…

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What are Northern NPOs doing to Complete the Creative Case for Diversity?

24th April 2018 - Sarah Mumford

IVE Cultural Education Director Sarah Mumford attended 2 events organised by Creative Case North (CCN) to see how northern NPOs are taking steps to meet…

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2018 Northern Music Education Hub Conference Report

9th March 2018 - Sarah Mumford

The Northern Music Education Hub conference went ahead at Leeds Civic Hall on Wednesday 28th February 2018. Despite the snow, representatives from more than…

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How Arts Award Improves Employability with Ignite Imaginations

8th February 2018 - Charlotte Brook

One of the overlooked benefits of Arts Award is how it improves employability. In developing their art form and researching artists working in it,…

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How Joining a Local Cultural Education Partnership can Help Your School

17th January 2018 - Sarah Mumford

Local Cultural Education Partnerships are collections of individuals and organisations working together to improve arts and cultural education. They can include local authorities, arts organisations…

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Yes, Progress 8 and The Ebacc are Hurting Arts GCSE Take Up

4th October 2017 - Drew Rowlands

IVE Development Director (and former school leader) Drew Rowlands, wades into the debate around the EPI’s report on declining arts take up at GCSE….

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