Friday, 23 October 2009

"Youth Voice" - what do we really mean? CPD Seminar 11.November 09

“After School” – CPD Seminar Invitation

Creativity Culture & Education invite you to our first in a series of “after school” regional CPD seminars hosted by Creative Partnerships "Schools of Creativity". These seminars will offer an opportunity to share cutting edge practice, discuss challenging concepts and develop regional connections. These seminars are aimed at anyone interested in creative approaches to education. In particular it will be of interest to leading practitioners, creative agents, experienced teachers from both within and beyond the Creative Partnerships programme.

Designed and delivered by young people this first CCE seminar on “Youth Voice” aims to bring together classroom based examples, academic and critical reflection and experimental practice in a twilight CPD sessions. With entertaining and informative presentations we hope to create a networking opportunity for the regional creative and educational community to meet, share ideas and talk through challenging themes for school change and creative learning.

"Youth Voice" - what do we really mean?

Please join us:

5.00 - 7.30pm on Wednesday 11th November 2009 at:

Queensbridge Visual & Performing Arts School,

Queensbridge Rd,

Moseley, Birmingham B13 8QB

Chaired by Richard Clark, ceo The Mighty Creatives

Designed and delivered by

Young people from Studfall Junior School (Corby) & Lodge Park Technology College (Corby), Queensbridge Visual & Performing Arts (Birmingham)

"You can explore our thoughts and your own on young people's voice, hear from us,

talk to us & hear from other expert presenters at this interactive seminar"

Contributors include:

Dr Helen Manchester & Dr Sara Bragg – sharing aspects of their report

“Youth voice in the work of Creative Partnerships”

(report available at the event includes):

Caz Dolby, Iain Smith, Rachel Carter - Creative Agents.



Special thanks to Daisy Edwards, The Mighty Creatives,

Helen Reeves (Head Teacher) & Jo Klaces, Queensbridge

Visual & Performing Arts School (Birmingham)

Places are limited so please book you FREE ticket now by clicking on this link

For further information please email:

1 comment:

  1. Hope you had a good night at Queensbridge. Very interesting presentation from CCE and young people although very limited time to discuss and was there a problem with sound system? A hard one to cram everything into a twlight session. I've been looking for the blog of comments - your blog is coming up top of the search - I really want to see what everyone else thought, but can't find it. I'll post Ian to find out more.