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Ysgol Ty Coch School

Dysgu Gyda'n Gilydd

Lead Creative Schools

Lead Creative Schools

At Ysgol Ty Coch we have participated in the Arts Council of Wales Lead Creative Schools Scheme.  .  During our first year we created a Numeracy Wonderland to support the development of mathematical concepts with learners through the school.  In the  second year, the focus was on Personal and Social Education.  We  explored themes of friendship, belonging, family and community.

“The Lead Creative School Scheme will support innovative, long term partnerships between schools and creative professionals.  These partnerships are intended to inspire schools to deliver the curriculum in ways which engage the interest of learners through innovative teaching.  They also support young people to challenge themselves in new ways, to gain in confidence and to take on a more active role in learning.”

“The Lead Creative School Scheme offers teachers across Wales the support to develop creative approaches to teaching and learning through an intensive programme that draws on the skills of Creative Practitioners who will over a period of time work closely with teachers, learners and schools.”

We were delighted to be involved in such an innovative and exciting projects.  Our Creative Practitioner, Cindy Ward, has providing a wealth of new experiences to learners and  supported staff in developing new skills to enhance learning through creative practice.

Following this we  were invited to The Tate Gallery in London to  collaborate with Cindy as she led the public in a  workshop. Pupils were able to demonstrate the skills they had learned whilst taking part in the project.