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We are currently accepting applications from Primary and SEND schools from the following London boroughs: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Islington, Hackney, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea, Tower Hamlets and the Cities of London and Westminster.

How to apply

  • Please download and complete the Application Questions.
  • Once completed, please fill in our quick Application Form here, making sure you upload the Application Questions when prompted.

Participating Schools Receive

  • Please download and complete the Application Questions.
  • Up to 2 spaces at our Creative Teacher CPD Workshop exploring creative approaches to the curriculum
  • A Whole School Assembly kicking off the creative project
  • An Animation, Drama, Spoken Word Poetry or Singing Artist in Residence at their school for 6 weeks, delivering interactive workshops supporting students to work towards a shared creative piece. 
  • A ‘rehearsal week’ where they and the students can prepare for the festival.
    A final celebratory Creative School Festival, hosted by their artist in residence, where all KS2 students will showcase their creative pieces with the wider school community, including all school staff and parents.

Supporting materials

Download the application materials below.

Frequently asked questions

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Perceptions of utility, ease of use, and efficiency. Improving user experience is important to most companies, designers, and creators when creating and refining products because negative user experience can diminish the use of the product and, therefore, any desired positive impacts; conversely, designing toward profitability often conflicts with ethical user experience objectives and even causes harm. User experience is subjective.

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Perceptions of utility, ease of use, and efficiency. Improving user experience is important to most companies, designers, and creators when creating and refining products because negative user experience can diminish the use of the product and, therefore, any desired positive impacts; conversely, designing toward profitability often conflicts with ethical user experience objectives and even causes harm. User experience is subjective.

This is an example of a frequently asked question

Perceptions of utility, ease of use, and efficiency. Improving user experience is important to most companies, designers, and creators when creating and refining products because negative user experience can diminish the use of the product and, therefore, any desired positive impacts; conversely, designing toward profitability often conflicts with ethical user experience objectives and even causes harm. User experience is subjective.

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Our mission is to empower young lives and youth voice through participation in arts programmes.

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