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Supporting Schools Creatively

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The National Arts, Creative & Cultural Education Survey

Summary of findings from the Bridge Network national survey of schools, July 2020
As a response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the 10 Arts Council England Bridge Organisations worked together to conduct a National Survey of Schools in July 2020.

The purpose of this survey was to gather indicative information from schools about their potential needs and creative aspirations for their pupils from autumn 2020 onwards. The aim was to understand how the cultural sector and Bridge Organisations can best support schools moving forward.

It was distributed in the last two weeks of the academic year, in a very challenging school term, to gather the most relevant information.

The infographic below sets out the headline findings of this research. It is important to note that these finding represent a snapshot in time, from educators working in a situation that was evolving rapidly and continues to do so.
Click here for an alternative, landscape version of the Headline Findings graphic.

You can also read the full findings report here.

The organisations running the Bridge programme are hugely grateful to those educators who were able to find the time to respond and share their views.

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