Leadership

Creative Partnerships

School leaders may be reluctant to embrace the ‘creativity agenda’ because of league table and Ofsted pressure. Yet Creative Partnerships are about encouraging pupils to be innovative and to develop the ability to solve problems in all areas of the curriculum, from maths to technology.

Is creativity a skill that can be taught? Creative Partnerships are about encouraging pupils to be innovative and to develop the ability to solve problems in all areas of the curriculum, from maths to technology. Despite initial criticisms that it encourages ‘loose discipline’ or undermines the essential skills of numeracy and literacy, new research definitively proves that such partnerships change young lives for the better.

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