Creative Learning Networks build capacity for creativity, working closely with leaders, practitioners and learners, promoting the value of creativity skills and making strong links between creativity and employability, and the power of creativity to help narrow the attainment gap.
The Networks typically encourage collaborative working across the education, culture and communities sectors, bringing together learning practitioners and creative partners and providing high quality learning experiences, practical support and professional dialogue on creative teaching, creative learning, the development of creativity skills in learners, and the conditions in which they can flourish.
East Dunbartonshire’s network provides training opportunities for teachers through pilot projects.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To access creative resources for schools see https://creativityportal.org.uk/
To read Scotland’s Creative Learning Plan see https://www.creativescotland.com/what-we-do/major-projects/creative-learning-and-young-people/creative-learning-plan