10 ways to work with A New Direction
to make London the best city in the world for a creative childhood, as articulated in our 2015 Annual Review 'London & the power of a creative childhood'.
(You can also read our blog London can be the best city in the world for a creative childhood.)
Is your school addressing the cultural education needs of all your pupils? Sign up to Generation Culture for models of how to use pupil premium to expand opportunity for all pupils.
Put your school on the journey to becoming a brilliant place for cultural education, learn from other Artsmark schools and benefit from access to information on cultural partners.
Join Connected London and help build a partnership for excellent cultural education with other schools, cultural organisations and the local authority to ensure an entitlement to cultural education in your place.
Support young people’s passion for arts and culture, in and out of school, through becoming an Arts Award supporter or centre.
Help build the creative workforce of the future through excellent information, advice and guidance on creative careers.
Go to createjobslondon.org
LONDON CULTURAL EDUCATION CHALLENGE
Large-scale change projects to transform opportunity for children and young people in London.
Go to culturaleducation.london
Hear about events, policy announcements and campaigns through signing up for the AND Newsletter.
Build the cultural education capacity in your school and help others.
And download our Teachers' Toolkit from anewdirection.org.uk/teachers-toolkit
LEARN ABOUT THE QUALITY PRINCIPLES
Improve your work and learn from others through working with concepts of quality in work with children and young people.
10 SHARE & FIND
Use our online platform with information on London’s cultural education offer, and a searchable index of partner organisations, news, tweets and opportunities.
Go to andtogether.london