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Rainbow Cones by Space Cadets, Garden of Delights festival, Manchester, 2004 Photo: Paul Herrmann/Profile Photo Agency

Arts Council EnglandLearning and Skills – the national picture : 

Arts Council EnglandLearning and Skills – the national picture 17 September 2007 Laura Gander-Howe, Director, Learning and Skills

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The arts have the power to transform lives and communities and to create opportunities for people throughout the country

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Arts Council England – national development agency for the arts in England £1.7 billion of public funds invested, 2005–08 Vision – to promote the arts at the heart of national life

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Early engagement by children and young people in the arts and creative opportunities result in: changes to the way children and young people see themselves and others skill development – recreational, vocational improved engagement and attainment life-long interest and passion transferable creative skills

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Children and young people are one of the Arts Council’s priorities Children and young people are at the heart of Government agendas: Every Child Matters Nurturing Creativity Leitch report Aiming Higher for Young People – positive activities for young people

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An infrastructure to support development and learning through a continuum of creative learning Starting with children and young people Arts Council England continues to respond positively, through increased partnership working Our approach

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Through a range of initiatives – Arts Council and those of Government and partners: Arts Organisations Artsmark Arts Award Young People’s Participatory Theatre Cultural Hubs Grants for the Arts Extended Schools Creative Partnerships Building Schools for the Future Specialist Schools Music Manifesto Development of a cultural offer

Using images with text : 

Using images with text DCMS, DCSF, DIUS Local Authorities Specialist Schools and Academies Trust Partnership for Schools Other Cultural NDPBs (MLA, Sport England, English Heritage) Regional Development Agencies Life-long Learning Networks Sector Skills Councils Key partners

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with text As a result we will: increase engagement and participation in the arts ensure arts and culture are recognised within government and emerging policy ensure recognition of the value and transformational power of the arts in relation to children and young people

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We will continue to place high emphasis on: developing the talent and skills of the sector formalising a Cultural Offer for every young person supporting and developing artists to facilitate high quality, exciting and inspirational activities for children and young people signposting support and progression to allow children and young people to enter the creative industries promoting increased engagement and participation of parents, carers and family members opportunities arising from the 2012 Olympics visual arts through Turning Point

Your contribution : 

Your contribution invaluable specialist expertise in working with children and young people ensuring children and young people have access to inspiring, varied and high quality experiences in the visual arts risk-taking, innovation and pushing boundaries outside of the national curriculum critical role in emerging Government initiatives such as Learning Outside the Classroom, Extended Services etc.

Thank you : 

Thank you

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