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Further phase of national Arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches

... Further phase of national Arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches 14 Dec 2023 Following a second successful year delivering the Access All Arts Fund, Children in Scotland has today launched the Final Report for year two and...


Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

...in the glorious Scottish Borders – I’m not pretending Peebles is one of the most remote pArts of Scotland, but I would say that in the 1990s when the internet was something in a café in Edinburgh, mobile phones were only in American...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...for example, we distributed £86,000 to 161 successful applicants as part of the Access All Arts Fund (click here for more), helping to support a range of creative interests including music, photography, dance, film and TV, drawing and...


Access All Arts Fund

...   Access All Arts Fund  Unlock Your Creative Potential! 2021-current The Access All Arts Fund is an exciting project to help support children and young people, aged 11-25 and who live in Scotland, access creative Arts opportunities...


Creating Safety: child protection in the Arts (2019)

... Creating Safety: child protection in the Arts 2019 Updated Version An updated version of Creating Safety: Child Protection in the Arts, a resource produced by Children in Scotland in collaboration with Creative Scotland, has been...


Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding

... Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding 16 February 2023 Following a successful second phase of the Access All Arts Fund, 162 young people have been awarded grants towards creative projects and...


Young people across Scotland encouraged to Access All Arts as phase two of Fund launches

... Young people across Scotland encouraged to Access All Arts as phase two of Fund launches 13 October 2022 Following its success last year, the Access All Arts Fund is back to support more young people to access creative...

access all arts Arts creative scotland creativity Wellbeing young people

New fund supports 106 young people with additional support needs to access the Arts and unlock their creative potential

... New fund supports 106 young people with additional support needs to access the Arts and unlock their creative potential 28 April 2022 MEDIA RELEASE A total of 106 young people with additional support needs have taken forward creative Arts...

Arts ASN inclusion Participation young people

25 Calls response: How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story

... How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story 22 August 2019 Responding to Call 24, from Starcatchers, on access to cultural experiences, screenwriter Michael Lee Richardson explains why his first script sustained him during a difficult...


25 Calls response: Target stigma, honour Arts experiences and get the first years of school right to start levelling the playing field for children

... Target stigma and honour Arts experiences to start levelling the playing field for children 4 December 2018 Launching the first of ongoing responses to our 25 Calls, Scottish Book Trust CEO Marc Lambert explains why we must challenge the idea...


How we can work together to stop child abuse before it stArts

... How we can work together to stop child abuse before it stArts 30 Mar 2021 Stuart Allardyce, Director of Stop It Now! Scotland, explains why we need to rethink our collective approach and focus on prevention rather than the consequences of...


25 and Up: For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical, and that includes with the Arts

... For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical: here’s how to ensure the Arts are truly at the heart of every child’s life 27 August 2020 For its contribution to the 25 Calls campaign, Starcatchers said all children must be able to...


Creating safety in the Arts, as new guidance launches

... Creating safety in the Arts, as new guidance launches 16 May 2019 A new resource that provides guidance on child protection for the Arts has been launched. Creating Safety: child protection in the Arts produced by Children in Scotland in...


25 Calls response: An ACE-aware Scotland? Let’s be an Arts-aware nation, too

... 25 Calls response: An ACE-aware nation? Yes, but let’s be Arts-aware too 20 February 2019 Responding to Starcatchers’ call on the need for children to access the Arts from the earliest age, writer and poet Tom Pow explains how...

25 calls ACE Arts

Arts and minds

...Arts and minds An appreciation of the true impact of culture on wellbeing and learning should be embedded at all levels of policy, writes Amy Woodhouse You may or may not be aware that Scotland has a National Outcome for Culture: “We are...


Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

...of Krazy Kat Theatre, a professional children’s theatre company committed to improving access to Arts activities for deaf and disabled children through magical, visual-led productions that go far beyond the spoken word Glasgow Women’s Aid...


Children in Scotland announces new Head of Policy, Projects and Participation

...Children and Young People’s Panel on Europe, the Home and Belonging Evaluation, the Access All Arts Fund and the Open Kindergarten project.  Children in Scotland Chief Executive, Dr Judith Turbyne, welcomed the appointment, saying:  “I am...


Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

...learning opportunities to meet your needs Click here to access Access All Arts Fund A project working to remove barriers and improve children’s access to creative opportunities Click here for...


Amplifying the experiences of young people seeking legal representation in Scotland

...for working with young people to amplify their voices through film making, animations and visual Arts. In liaison with Braw Talent and the project lead for Youth Justice Voices, we agreed that the purpose of the animation was to raise awareness...


One step at a time

...look forward to sharing the learning with those who have an interest in listening with open heArts and minds. Transitions are messy and tangled, but Time to Talk Next Steps has shown that they can be approached in a way that works for the...


Making the change and committing to race equality

...We developed something that is both meaningful and challenging (in the right way!) for all pArts of our organisation to build upon.’  ‘We are looking forward to continuing working with colleagues across the organisation on equality and...


How do we support long-term solutions when we’re confronted with a crisis?

...extremely worried about their futures. The recent reports of local authorities in different pArts of the country slashing third sector budgets are worrying in the extreme. But I know there is no magic money tree. The major question we must...


Open door policy: Supporting the museums sector to engage with a younger audience
Arts engagement living museums Participation

Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account

...of unaccompanied children (a policy proposed by Scottish Labour). Education: PSE reform, making Arts accessible and commitments on diversity If you followed our pre-election social media campaign, you would have seen that education is a key...

Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...use project learning to shape policy Click to find out more Strengthening Arts access after Covid Contributors to our 25 Calls campaign have highlighted how the Arts can support children Click to read the...

Arts changing our world emerging minds Mental Health music research scottish ensemble stirling university Wellbeing

Call 24: Ensure all children can participate in high quality, innovative Arts experiences from the earliest age

... Call 24: Ensure all children can participate in high quality, innovative Arts experiences from the earliest age By Rhona Matheson, Starcatchers It was during a performance of Hup, our live classical musical and theatre experience in...

25 calls

Covid causes fresh issues as school term stArts

... Magazine / News: High absence levels and continued ventilation issues as term stArts Posted 11 January, 2022 by Nina Joynson coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools As children return...

coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools

Building Happier Futures

...the brilliance of care experienced people” Posted 19.01.24 by Alice Hinds Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising A care experienced student from Glasgow has...

Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising

Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition

...Meals Day 2024 focuses on "innovation in school meals 1 December 2023 Further phase of national Arts funding announced 14...

design Education environment schools

Ellen Morton

...children with additional needs in bilingual education. She has also worked with children in other pArts of the world, including Honduras, Uganda and New York City. She is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Gaelic Education. Ellen is a...

morton

ASL Inquiry Education, Children and Young People Committee

...here to access All My Rights, My Say resources Click here to access Access All Arts Fund End of Project report Click here to access Pupil Support Staff Engagement Project Report Click here to access Want to...


Insight – Issue 5

...of Krazy Kat Theatre, a professional children’s theatre company committed to improving access to Arts activities for deaf and disabled children through magical, visual-led productions that go far beyond the spoken word Glasgow Women’s Aid CEO,...


Insight - Issue 2

Insight - Issue 4

...the job as he prepares to leave office We talk about levelling the playing field in the performing Arts with theatre-maker Rachel-Jane Morrison Amy Woodhouse discusses the complicated legacy of Nicola Sturgeon and her record on improving the...


Our history

...support needs, structural and cultural reform of Scotland’s education system, improved access to Arts and heritage experiences, and advances in participation. Change points The pandemic led to fundamental changes in the way people work and...


Nominations open for Bookbug Hero Award 2024

...celebrated 3 March 2022 For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical: here’s how to ensure the Arts are truly at the heart of every child’s life 27 August...

Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people

Rural Action Fund reopens for applications

...reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies 10 February 2023 How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story 22 August 2019 Youth work gives us vital opportunities, independence and access to non-formal education. We must...

rural young people youth work

Young musicians invited to Hit The Road

...invited to Hit The Road for 10th anniversary tour Posted 21.09.23 by Alice Hinds Arts music scotland young people Celebrating 10 years of helping shape musical talent in Scotland, Hit The Road is inviting...

Arts music scotland young people

Animation project shares experiences of the legal system

...(click here for more) with the opportunity to explore the issues more fully. Produced alongside Arts organisation Braw Talent, the short cartoon draws inspiration from real-life experiences, and saw children and young people write the script,...

animation Children law young people

Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal

...people do not have enough information on which organisation are responsible for the different pArts of their care and support. The implementation of the new feedback system is part of a wider programme of activity focused on the United Nations...

Children's rights the Promise

Free cycling events for families

...and young people, and encourage healthy and active lifestyles across sport, culture and the Arts, the citywide GO LIVE! programme features everything from “come and try” sessions to trail races, as well as book events at local...

cycling Cycling Scotland events health and wellbeing

Charities set to benefit from outdoor play funding

...set to receive funding include Glasgow’s Concrete Garden (click here for more), North Edinburgh Arts (click here for more), and Under The Trees (click here for more) in Falkirk. Inspiring Scotland Director of Funds Julia Abel added: “All...

children and young people funding health and wellbeing outdoor play play

Sophie Elliott

...in Drama and Performance where she developed a research interest in young people’s access to the Arts and other extra curricular activities in Scotland. During her studies, she worked at an after school club and facilitated workshops for children...

elliott

Young people united through street art

...marginalised children, young people and families to access and benefit from the Arts and culture, Articulate finds ways for people to express themselves in positive ways, while also gaining skills and experience that support...

art care care experienced people creativity

Scottish Children’s Health Awards: nominations open

...to help school leavers June 22 2023 Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding Feb 16...

awards child health Healthcare

Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work

...When we applied to foster, our son was a baby, but we knew we could happily share our home and heArts with more children. The children currently with us are the third set of siblings we have fostered – there is something especially satisfying...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

Coronation portrait project launched

...Children in Need launches coronation portrait project Posted 20.04.23 by Alice Hinds Arts Children culture Children around the country have been invited to take part in the upcoming coronation by contributing to a...

Arts Children culture

Young people encouraged to ‘step into’ culture

...encouraged to ‘step into’ cultural experiences Posted 12.04.23 by Lynn Gilmour Arts Children culture young people A new youth-led fund has opened to provide opportunities and support for young people to get...

Arts Children culture young people

Hannah Priest

...undertaking various administrative roles until relocating to Scotland. Hannah has a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy from Swansea University, achieving a Distinction. Additionally she undertook a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics at...

priest

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM

...challenges to education include levels of scientific literacy, a need to connect STEM to other pArts of the curriculum and how STEM relates to the real world and societal challenges. Building a network  An event will take place next week to...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Responding to climate crisis through dance

...in response to the climate crisis Posted on 28 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson access all Arts Arts climate change creative scotland environment funding Dance film 'elemental' explores our interaction with...

access all arts Arts climate change creative scotland environment funding

Climate-conscious theatre performance comes to Scottish schools

...Scottish schools Posted 22 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson. Photo credit: Andrew Perry Arts climate climate change environment schools Activism and the climate crisis is the focus of 'Maya and The Whale', a...

Arts climate climate change environment schools

Pupils adversely affected by CfE, study finds

...was introduced, and enrolment in non-compulsory subjects such as Modern Languages and Expressive Arts continues to decline.  Studying fewer National 5 subjects was associated with a lower pass rate on those qualifications, contrary to...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform Scottish Schools

CELCIS Christmas Card competition 2022

...Christmas card design competition now open Posted 29 November, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Arts care experience creative School-aged children and young people with care experience are being invited to submit their designs...

Arts care experience creative

Creative expressions of care

...Scotland's care system Posted 19 October, 2022 by Nina Joynson. Image credit: Julie Howden. Arts care care experience young carers National Theatre of Scotland will stream a free package of theatre work for three weeks, including a...

Arts care care experience young carers

Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation

...is focus of new digital art installation Posted 3 November, 2021 by Nina Joynson Arts climate climate change environment A digital art installation project asking children and adults in Scotland and...

Arts climate climate change environment

NTS launch digital education portal

...launches new digital education portal Posted 27 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Arts Education The new educational channel will include resources to support teachers and secondary school students in Scotland to...

Arts Education


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Further phase of national Arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches

... Further phase of national Arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches 14 Dec 2023 Following a second successful year delivering the Access All Arts Fund, Children in Scotland has today launched the Final Report for year two and...


Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

...in the glorious Scottish Borders – I’m not pretending Peebles is one of the most remote pArts of Scotland, but I would say that in the 1990s when the internet was something in a café in Edinburgh, mobile phones were only in American...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...for example, we distributed £86,000 to 161 successful applicants as part of the Access All Arts Fund (click here for more), helping to support a range of creative interests including music, photography, dance, film and TV, drawing and...


Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding

... Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding 16 February 2023 Following a successful second phase of the Access All Arts Fund, 162 young people have been awarded grants towards creative projects and...


Young people across Scotland encouraged to Access All Arts as phase two of Fund launches

... Young people across Scotland encouraged to Access All Arts as phase two of Fund launches 13 October 2022 Following its success last year, the Access All Arts Fund is back to support more young people to access creative...

access all arts Arts creative scotland creativity Wellbeing young people

New fund supports 106 young people with additional support needs to access the Arts and unlock their creative potential

... New fund supports 106 young people with additional support needs to access the Arts and unlock their creative potential 28 April 2022 MEDIA RELEASE A total of 106 young people with additional support needs have taken forward creative Arts...

Arts ASN inclusion Participation young people

25 Calls response: How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story

... How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story 22 August 2019 Responding to Call 24, from Starcatchers, on access to cultural experiences, screenwriter Michael Lee Richardson explains why his first script sustained him during a difficult...


25 Calls response: Target stigma, honour Arts experiences and get the first years of school right to start levelling the playing field for children

... Target stigma and honour Arts experiences to start levelling the playing field for children 4 December 2018 Launching the first of ongoing responses to our 25 Calls, Scottish Book Trust CEO Marc Lambert explains why we must challenge the idea...


How we can work together to stop child abuse before it stArts

... How we can work together to stop child abuse before it stArts 30 Mar 2021 Stuart Allardyce, Director of Stop It Now! Scotland, explains why we need to rethink our collective approach and focus on prevention rather than the consequences of...


25 and Up: For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical, and that includes with the Arts

... For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical: here’s how to ensure the Arts are truly at the heart of every child’s life 27 August 2020 For its contribution to the 25 Calls campaign, Starcatchers said all children must be able to...


Creating safety in the Arts, as new guidance launches

... Creating safety in the Arts, as new guidance launches 16 May 2019 A new resource that provides guidance on child protection for the Arts has been launched. Creating Safety: child protection in the Arts produced by Children in Scotland in...


25 Calls response: An ACE-aware Scotland? Let’s be an Arts-aware nation, too

... 25 Calls response: An ACE-aware nation? Yes, but let’s be Arts-aware too 20 February 2019 Responding to Starcatchers’ call on the need for children to access the Arts from the earliest age, writer and poet Tom Pow explains how...

25 calls ACE Arts

Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

...of Krazy Kat Theatre, a professional children’s theatre company committed to improving access to Arts activities for deaf and disabled children through magical, visual-led productions that go far beyond the spoken word Glasgow Women’s Aid...


Children in Scotland announces new Head of Policy, Projects and Participation

...Children and Young People’s Panel on Europe, the Home and Belonging Evaluation, the Access All Arts Fund and the Open Kindergarten project.  Children in Scotland Chief Executive, Dr Judith Turbyne, welcomed the appointment, saying:  “I am...


Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

...learning opportunities to meet your needs Click here to access Access All Arts Fund A project working to remove barriers and improve children’s access to creative opportunities Click here for...


Amplifying the experiences of young people seeking legal representation in Scotland

...for working with young people to amplify their voices through film making, animations and visual Arts. In liaison with Braw Talent and the project lead for Youth Justice Voices, we agreed that the purpose of the animation was to raise awareness...


One step at a time

...look forward to sharing the learning with those who have an interest in listening with open heArts and minds. Transitions are messy and tangled, but Time to Talk Next Steps has shown that they can be approached in a way that works for the...


Making the change and committing to race equality

...We developed something that is both meaningful and challenging (in the right way!) for all pArts of our organisation to build upon.’  ‘We are looking forward to continuing working with colleagues across the organisation on equality and...


How do we support long-term solutions when we’re confronted with a crisis?

...extremely worried about their futures. The recent reports of local authorities in different pArts of the country slashing third sector budgets are worrying in the extreme. But I know there is no magic money tree. The major question we must...


Open door policy: Supporting the museums sector to engage with a younger audience
Arts engagement living museums Participation

Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account

...of unaccompanied children (a policy proposed by Scottish Labour). Education: PSE reform, making Arts accessible and commitments on diversity If you followed our pre-election social media campaign, you would have seen that education is a key...

Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...use project learning to shape policy Click to find out more Strengthening Arts access after Covid Contributors to our 25 Calls campaign have highlighted how the Arts can support children Click to read the...

Arts changing our world emerging minds Mental Health music research scottish ensemble stirling university Wellbeing


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Ellen Morton

...children with additional needs in bilingual education. She has also worked with children in other pArts of the world, including Honduras, Uganda and New York City. She is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Gaelic Education. Ellen is a...

morton

Sophie Elliott

...in Drama and Performance where she developed a research interest in young people’s access to the Arts and other extra curricular activities in Scotland. During her studies, she worked at an after school club and facilitated workshops for children...

elliott

Hannah Priest

...undertaking various administrative roles until relocating to Scotland. Hannah has a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy from Swansea University, achieving a Distinction. Additionally she undertook a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics at...

priest


ASL Inquiry Education, Children and Young People Committee

...here to access All My Rights, My Say resources Click here to access Access All Arts Fund End of Project report Click here to access Pupil Support Staff Engagement Project Report Click here to access Want to...


Our history

...support needs, structural and cultural reform of Scotland’s education system, improved access to Arts and heritage experiences, and advances in participation. Change points The pandemic led to fundamental changes in the way people work and...



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Arts and minds
post

...Arts and minds An appreciation of the true impact of culture on wellbeing and learning should be embedded at all levels of policy, writes Amy Woodhouse You may or may not be aware that Scotland has a National Outcome for Culture: “We are...


Call 24: Ensure all children can participate in high quality, innovative Arts experiences from the earliest age
post

... Call 24: Ensure all children can participate in high quality, innovative Arts experiences from the earliest age By Rhona Matheson, Starcatchers It was during a performance of Hup, our live classical musical and theatre experience in...

25 calls

Covid causes fresh issues as school term stArts
post

... Magazine / News: High absence levels and continued ventilation issues as term stArts Posted 11 January, 2022 by Nina Joynson coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools As children return...

coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools

Building Happier Futures
post

...the brilliance of care experienced people” Posted 19.01.24 by Alice Hinds Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising A care experienced student from Glasgow has...

Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising

Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition
post

...Meals Day 2024 focuses on "innovation in school meals 1 December 2023 Further phase of national Arts funding announced 14...

design Education environment schools

Insight – Issue 5
post

...of Krazy Kat Theatre, a professional children’s theatre company committed to improving access to Arts activities for deaf and disabled children through magical, visual-led productions that go far beyond the spoken word Glasgow Women’s Aid CEO,...


Insight - Issue 2
post
Insight - Issue 4
post

...the job as he prepares to leave office We talk about levelling the playing field in the performing Arts with theatre-maker Rachel-Jane Morrison Amy Woodhouse discusses the complicated legacy of Nicola Sturgeon and her record on improving the...


Nominations open for Bookbug Hero Award 2024
post

...celebrated 3 March 2022 For post-COVID renewal we need to be radical: here’s how to ensure the Arts are truly at the heart of every child’s life 27 August...

Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people

Rural Action Fund reopens for applications
post

...reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies 10 February 2023 How the Arts helped me rewrite my life story 22 August 2019 Youth work gives us vital opportunities, independence and access to non-formal education. We must...

rural young people youth work

Young musicians invited to Hit The Road
post

...invited to Hit The Road for 10th anniversary tour Posted 21.09.23 by Alice Hinds Arts music scotland young people Celebrating 10 years of helping shape musical talent in Scotland, Hit The Road is inviting...

Arts music scotland young people

Animation project shares experiences of the legal system
post

...(click here for more) with the opportunity to explore the issues more fully. Produced alongside Arts organisation Braw Talent, the short cartoon draws inspiration from real-life experiences, and saw children and young people write the script,...

animation Children law young people

Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal
post

...people do not have enough information on which organisation are responsible for the different pArts of their care and support. The implementation of the new feedback system is part of a wider programme of activity focused on the United Nations...

Children's rights the Promise

Free cycling events for families
post

...and young people, and encourage healthy and active lifestyles across sport, culture and the Arts, the citywide GO LIVE! programme features everything from “come and try” sessions to trail races, as well as book events at local...

cycling Cycling Scotland events health and wellbeing

Charities set to benefit from outdoor play funding
post

...set to receive funding include Glasgow’s Concrete Garden (click here for more), North Edinburgh Arts (click here for more), and Under The Trees (click here for more) in Falkirk. Inspiring Scotland Director of Funds Julia Abel added: “All...

children and young people funding health and wellbeing outdoor play play

Young people united through street art
post

...marginalised children, young people and families to access and benefit from the Arts and culture, Articulate finds ways for people to express themselves in positive ways, while also gaining skills and experience that support...

art care care experienced people creativity

Scottish Children’s Health Awards: nominations open
post

...to help school leavers June 22 2023 Young people’s creative pursuits supported by national Arts funding Feb 16...

awards child health Healthcare

Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work
post

...When we applied to foster, our son was a baby, but we knew we could happily share our home and heArts with more children. The children currently with us are the third set of siblings we have fostered – there is something especially satisfying...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

Coronation portrait project launched
post

...Children in Need launches coronation portrait project Posted 20.04.23 by Alice Hinds Arts Children culture Children around the country have been invited to take part in the upcoming coronation by contributing to a...

Arts Children culture

Young people encouraged to ‘step into’ culture
post

...encouraged to ‘step into’ cultural experiences Posted 12.04.23 by Lynn Gilmour Arts Children culture young people A new youth-led fund has opened to provide opportunities and support for young people to get...

Arts Children culture young people

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM
post

...challenges to education include levels of scientific literacy, a need to connect STEM to other pArts of the curriculum and how STEM relates to the real world and societal challenges. Building a network  An event will take place next week to...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Responding to climate crisis through dance
post

...in response to the climate crisis Posted on 28 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson access all Arts Arts climate change creative scotland environment funding Dance film 'elemental' explores our interaction with...

access all arts Arts climate change creative scotland environment funding

Climate-conscious theatre performance comes to Scottish schools
post

...Scottish schools Posted 22 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson. Photo credit: Andrew Perry Arts climate climate change environment schools Activism and the climate crisis is the focus of 'Maya and The Whale', a...

Arts climate climate change environment schools

Pupils adversely affected by CfE, study finds
post

...was introduced, and enrolment in non-compulsory subjects such as Modern Languages and Expressive Arts continues to decline.  Studying fewer National 5 subjects was associated with a lower pass rate on those qualifications, contrary to...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform Scottish Schools

CELCIS Christmas Card competition 2022
post

...Christmas card design competition now open Posted 29 November, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Arts care experience creative School-aged children and young people with care experience are being invited to submit their designs...

Arts care experience creative

Creative expressions of care
post

...Scotland's care system Posted 19 October, 2022 by Nina Joynson. Image credit: Julie Howden. Arts care care experience young carers National Theatre of Scotland will stream a free package of theatre work for three weeks, including a...

Arts care care experience young carers

Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation
post

...is focus of new digital art installation Posted 3 November, 2021 by Nina Joynson Arts climate climate change environment A digital art installation project asking children and adults in Scotland and...

Arts climate climate change environment

NTS launch digital education portal
post

...launches new digital education portal Posted 27 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Arts Education The new educational channel will include resources to support teachers and secondary school students in Scotland to...

Arts Education