Frequently Asked Questions
- Why does Warwick Arts Centre have a Creative Learning Programme?
- What is Warwick Arts Centre’s Creative Learning Programme?
- Is the Creative Learning Programme only accessible via schools or can I/my family get involved?
- How can my school/college/university/family get involved?
- How can I find out more about the Creative Learning Programme?
- What is an Creative Learning ‘Project’?
- Do you have a Risk Assessment?
1. Why does Warwick Arts Centre have a Creative Learning Programme?
We have a very simple aim for all the work we do – to stimulate people’s creativity, spark their imaginations and broaden their horizons. And for them to have a good time while they’re doing it! We are always ambitious for the people we work with to be challenged and stretched and we want them to reach the end of their time with us with a smile on their faces that comes from having pride in their own achievements.
2. What is Warwick Arts Centre’s Creative Learning Programme?
Our Creative Learning programme includes:
- Visual and Digital Arts Based School Projects
- Community Learning Projects
- Family Activities
- Post Show Talks
- Teacher’s Resources
- CPD for Teachers
- Sculpture Trails & Creative Activities in association with the Mead Gallery
The programme reflects the diversity of our artistic programme and includes visual arts, theatre, dance, cinema and music.
3. Is the Creative Learning Programme only accessible via schools or can I/my family get involved?
Our Creative Learning Programme includes activities for schools, individuals and families. Please see individual pages for detials. Our Sculpture Trail, for example, is open to anyone all year round, whereas specific projects like Instrumental are only accessible to schools.
4. How can my school/college/university/family get involved?
Many of our projects and activites are free of charge and available to everyone. To find out more about current projects and activities, have a look through the website or get in touch!
5. How can I find out more about the Creative Learning Programme?
If you are a teacher or represent a school, college or university, you can join our Teachers’ Membership scheme for FREE and we will send you regular news and updates about the programme. If you are an individual or looking for information on family activities, please get in touch here: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
6. What is a Creative Learning ‘Project’?
Our Creative Learning Projects are designed in response to specific educational needs. They often receive additional funding from third parties, which allow us to plan and deliver bespoke activity. Our Play Code Share and Arts Active Network are good examples of current projects.