Our Partners

Creativity Exchange is part of a wider Arts Council initiative called Creativity Collaboratives

Creativity Collaboratives is a fund which will pilot a national cohort of schools to test a range of innovative practices in teaching for creativity.

Working alongside existing school structures, teachers and educators will co-develop creative strategy and pedagogy, test out approaches to teaching and learning, and evaluate their impact on pupils, schools and communities.

We will be sharing updates and recent findings from the Creativity Collaboratives project as part of Creativity Exchange to develop the conversations about teaching for creativity further.

We’re working in partnership with the Freelands Foundation who is a joint funder for the Creativity Collaboratives network, find out more about the brilliant work they do here.

Become a Creativity Collaborative

We are now welcoming applications from schools to become a Creativity Collaborative!

To be eligiable to apply you must be a state maintained schools of any phase (including SEND schools and PRUs) who lead teaching for creativity work with an existing network (or potential to build one) of eight to twelve schools.

For further information, including extensive FAQs about the fund, please visit our website.

Applications are open until 10 June at midday.

Apply to become a Creativity Collaborative