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Curious Thoughts

May 26, 2021

Young at Heart

Often, conversations around youth leadership understandably focus on the benefit this has for young people. But, behind each of the success stories is a story less often told of the individual adults who have enabled the young people’s success.
April 28, 2021

Proof Positive

Art and creativity implicitly strengthen the character of young people. All practitioners working in the cultural education sector know this. In Summer 2020, Curious Minds partnered with Goldsmiths, University of London for an ambitious research program that seeks to help researchers and practitioners back this up with empirical data.
March 17, 2021

Rethinking Recovery

How a summer of reconnection could meet and exceed recovery learning objectives.
March 2, 2021
Young Bubble Up participants in Claremont make a camera obscura during summer 2020

Recovery Learning: Pass the Baton

An open letter to Gavin Williamson. This summer it’s time to pass the education recovery baton to the nation’s expert army of creative educators, to give our children a summer of creative fun, friendship and freedom wherever they live.
November 18, 2020
Two young adults plan a project together

Prepared for Change

Curious Minds' Head of Careers & Employability, Holly Ball, considers the vital skills cultural education offers young people, as they prepare for a rapidly changing and unpredictable employment landscape.
October 8, 2020

View From the Bridge: The National Curriculum for Youth Work

Curious Minds is immensely excited to see the new National Curriculum for Youth Work, published by the National Youth Agency.
September 4, 2020
A young adult and older male walk through a cultural venue deep in discussion

Hope Floats

As the government unveils more details of its 'Plan for Jobs’, Curious Minds' Head of Careers & Employability, Holly Ball, reflects on the opportunities and challenges the initiative presents for the cultural sector.
August 25, 2020
Sir Ken Robinson PhD

Sir Ken Robinson 1950-2020

It was with real sadness that the Curious Minds team learned of Sir Ken Robinson’s passing on 21 August.
July 3, 2020
4 diverse school children doing art in a classroom.

Curious Minds and Anti-Racism

The very first words of our mission statement are ‘Our vision is for an equal society...’. Tackling unequal access to, and through, arts and culture are right at the heart of why Curious Minds exists. We recognise that our work is far from done, and acknowledge we have a long way to go with specific regards to ethnic and racial diversity.
May 31, 2019

The Augar Review and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Curious Minds' response to the Augar Review from Dr. Steph Hawke, Senior Manager: External Funding & Policy.
March 8, 2019

Curious Thoughts: Thinking Positive

How can arts and culture give our young people hope? Curious Minds' Head of Innovation and Inclusion, Kelly Allen, shares her thoughts on the role that arts and culture can play in improving mental wellbeing for children and young people
February 22, 2019

Curious Blog: Character Foundations

Creativity and performance are the building blocks of character says Education Secretary Damian Hinds. We absolutely agree and we have the evidence to prove it...
February 2, 2018

A View from the Bridge: Jude Bird

Reasons to be cheerful about creative arts subjects in schools icon Last week saw another headline about creative arts in schools being squeezed… henny penny the creative arts sky is […]
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