Our Why: Futureproofing success for all
We tackle the real-world challenges faced by schools and colleges through innovative creative projects.
We broker projects through our talented network of creative partners giving arts and creativity a bigger voice in education.
We help futureproof success for all by inspiring collaboration and problem solving and supporting children and young people to build resilience, agency and interpersonal skills through creative and cultural learning experiences and projects.
In November 2021, the programme has completed a 3 year cycle funded by Esme Fairburn Foundation, Foundation for Future London and City Of London.
The end of November also saw the wind up of our Stratford Circus, that was our host for 2018-2021, and the move of the Creative Schools programme to our new amazing host Eastside Educational Trust.
Between January and July 2022, we will be designing the next phase of the Creative Schools programme (2022-2025) while still delivering some core elements of the programme.
Membership will be FREE during this period so get involved now.
Our core programme will include
We support you design & commission a project around your needs and we subsidise the costs for you too!
SCHOOLS + COLLEGES register your interest HERE
CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS register HERE
Foundation for Future London is a funder and fundraiser for the East London boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest, supporting local people and communities to benefit from learning, training and employment opportunities through arts, education, culture, innovation and placemaking.
Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund is an ambitious five-year programme that aims to invest £10 million into the local communities of Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest, supported by retail destination Westfield Stratford City.
July 12, 2023
On Monday 10th July, Creative Schools and Colleges hosted an Artsmark Schools Get Together at the Art Matters Exhibition! Thank you to A New Direction, Art Matters, Vicarage Primary School… read more