Creative Partnerships’ Change Schools

A set of Case Studies to celebrate the Creative Partnerships’ Change Schools programme, exploring the themes of: creativity and change (looking at whole-school change), co-construction of learning, staff development and learning, creative teaching and learning, and outcomes for the 21st century (looking at outcomes for young people). Created in June, 2011. A recent Ofsted report evaluated creative approaches to learning. One key finding stated, ‘In schools with good teaching, there is not a conflict between the National Curriculum, national standards in core subjects and creative approaches to learning… These examples were accompanied by better than average achievement and standards or a marked upward trend.’ Cambridge School, Hammersmith and Fulham 11- 16 year old students  Chingford Foundation School, Waltham Forest 11 – 18 year old students  St Margaret Clitherow RC Primary School, Brent 3 – 11 year old students  


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