How the membership works
Are you working with schools in East London**?
Would you like your offer to be brokered to schools and matched to school needs?
Creative Schools+College is offering a free membership to our cultural organisations between January and November 2021.
Get your offer in front of school leaders eyes, save staff time on school recruitment, project planning and agreeing costs. Let us help you reach out to schools that need and welcome your projects.
What Creative Schools Can Support you with
School Recruitment : We identify schools strategically through existing east London borough networks. We work with school leaders to identify the projects that best meet their needs, ensuring buy-in from the start.
Match Funding: We offer member schools a subsidy for commissions through our network ensuring schools with limited resources can still engage.
Larger Reach: Use the additional reach of the Creative Schools partnership and the network’s collective power to leverage funding for your work, advocate for arts and cultural education more generally, and create lasting change for young people in exciting areas of east London that are being developed.
Cross-Sector Events: Connect directly with schools and other creative partners at termly events to promote your organisation and share best practice and innovation.
Marketing: feature your organisation in our newsletter and reach over 600 school contacts with your offers and promotions. Be included on our partners page on our website.
Keeping Things Simple: We know you have limited capacity especially with the challenges that COVID19 has brought.. We strive to make it easy to deliver projects, acting as an additional resource throughout.
Annual Symposium in November 2021: The Symposium is an all-day event combining networking, insights from arts, funding, and education experts and a range of workshops from leaders in cultural education.
***Schools and Colleges must be in one of the following boroughs: Newham, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Redbridge, Barking & Dagenham, Waltham Forest.