Curious Minds is delighted to invite applications for Bridging the Distance, our new two-day professional development programme designed to enhance creative interactions between early years children and older people in intergenerational spaces.
As part of our commitment to supporting and building capacity across the whole field of cultural education, Curious Minds’ is pleased to launch 'Connect 5'- a professional development and training offer to help up-skill the sector in talking about and managing mental health.
Now we are recruiting for the latest cohort. We are looking for ten young leaders from creative backgrounds, aged 18 to 25 years old, who are ready to take on a new challenge and become the next generation of leaders and changemakers in cultural education.
Applications are now open for 19 Bubble Up commissions for freelance creatives and arts organisations. This is to work in partnership to deliver out of school activities for children and young people aged 11 to 16 years in their local area.
An Artsmark journey overshadowed by lockdown taught the team at Balderstone St Leonard's a great deal about the value of Pupil Voice. Celebrating their new 'Gold' status, Kate Turner explains why there's definitely no going back now!
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.
Throughout 2021 and into 2022, Curious Minds has been working with United Learning Trust (ULT) to support students and staff in their Academy schools as they began the process of reconnection post-lockdown.