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Transcript of NCAN
helping all young people to effectively receive their cultural entitlement.
There is a wealth of Cultural Education being offered to children and young people across England. The world of Cultural Education is driven by partnership, with government departments, non-departmental government bodies, the National Lottery, local authorities, schools, cultural organisations, voluntary organisations, the creative and cultural industries, conservation practitioners, business sponsors, charities and philanthropists all contributing.
Recommendation 16: Training Teachers
Greater focus should be placed on demonstrating both to Newly Qualified Teachers and to experienced teachers the benefits and value of Cultural Education to children and young people.
A Cultural Ambassador is someone who promotes culture and creativity in the learning setting, shares and distributes the information, raises issues and informs at regular staff meetings.
A cultural partner is an organisation or individual who has an offer to make to creative and cultural learning for children and young people anywhere in the region.
The Henley Review
A Partnership Between
iPad Training at The Shipley Art Gallery
Storytelling Workshop at Live Theatre
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So Why is NCAN Needed......?
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