Source: Arts Council, http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/children-and-young-people/working-partnership
|Name||Cultural Education Partnership|
|Community||Level||National / City|
|Year of beginning||2015|
|People involved||A network of 10 Bridge Organisations located across the country will take forward these partnerships. In London, “A New Direction” will take up the challenge.|
|Who started the initiative (NGO, public administration, association)||Public agency in partnership with local and national governments|
|Type of commons||Culture|
|Object||The national, Arts Council driven Cultural Education Challenge asks art and cultural organisations, educational institutions and local authorities to come together to drive a joined-up art and cultural offer locally, to share resources and bring about a more coherent and visible delivery of cultural education through Cultural Education Partnerships.
In London, A New Direction (as Bridge Organisation for London) supports seven existing Cultural Education Partnerships. One example is Camden Spark, Camden’s Cultural Education Partnership, which was formerly known as Camden Cultural Commissioning model (CCM). Through a brokerage model, Camden Spark present schools’ improvement priorities to creative and cultural organisations to encourage schools and providers to co-design a project that is led by school need. They also work hard to improve access to the fantastic arts and cultural offer in Camden and London.
|Source||Cultural Education Partnership, London. Source: A New Direction https://www.anewdirection.org.uk/what-we-do/connected-london/cultural-education-partnerships|