We’re thrilled to bring a series of online and in-person events, for our annual Creative Schools + Creative Colleges Slow Symposium, spread out over two weeks from Monday 08 to Thursday 18 November.
Offering a selection of highly interactive workshops, discussions, provocations, and ideas sharing.
Creative Schools + Creative Colleges has been addressing real-world problems and championing creativity within East London schools. This has been an extraordinary time and we understand the pressures that you may be facing and the disruption to normal schedules, so we have put together a flexible programme of in-person and online sessions over a two week period, that can fit into your working week.
Offering the opportunities for teachers and cultural partners to reflect, try out new learnings and to explore relevance, creativity and equity in education in order to address current and future challenges.
The Slow Symposium invites participation from schools, colleges and cultural organisations for online and in-person discussion, debate and discovery.
It will give food for thought and practical skills, tools and ideas to take back into classrooms.
See the full programme on our Symposium Page and here are some highlights
- Opening Keynote by Andria Zafirakou, Global Teacher Prize Winner
- Closing Keynote from Professor Bill Lucas Professor of Learning and Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning
- East London Rhyming Slang Workshop, part of our Teacher Wellbeing series with Here Us
- Dance and Movement in Early Years and Foundation Stage: Led by Trinity Laban in partnership with THAMES Music Hub
- Race and Identity through Photography with Autograph Gallery
- SEND Network with Waltham Forest CEP
- Art and Sustainability for Primary with ArtsGeneration
- A survival Toolkit for Art Co-ordinators with Zenab Bhuta, Vicarage Primary School
- A Whole School approach to Wellbeing targeted at SLT and Governors with Barking and Dagenham CEP
- Links to the 20 Years of Artsmark Celebration and Teaching for Creativity led by A New Direction
- A network and teach meet with the Barbican