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Creatively Supporting Young People with Additional Needs

Creative Minds written in orange and blue as a logo

Creative Minds

Creative Minds is “a learning disability led discussion about quality, leadership, inclusion and collaboration in the Arts” The Creative Bridges team have attended a meeting at the Attenborough Arts Centre in Leicester to discuss the next steps needed in the cultural sector to create more opportunities for young people with learning difficulties or additional needs …

Learning About Body Language Doing a High Five

Sharing Our Practice through Engage

This month, the Engage network is  looking at the topic of working with young people for their Sharing Practice series. Creative Bridges is featured as a case study.  Figures vary and it can be hard to get an accurate picture , but roughly only 6% of people with a learning disability are in paid employment; our …

Culture Coventry Museum Fizzers 2

Association of Independent Museums Conference

The team were delighted to present at the conference through the “Museums Fizzers” event, giving us 3 minutes to compete for the best “what makes your museum fizz” speech. The winner would be awarded a bottle of champagne! Our pitch was that Museums are uniquely placed to engage people at a young age through storytelling, …

A Learner in the History of Us Exhibition

SEN Conference at the National Gallery

Creative Bridges was selected for inclusion as a case study at the National Gallery and Museum of London annual SEN Conference.  We shared our work in creating a mini-college in a museum with 75 creative professionals from museums, galleries and schools.   The National Gallery and the Museum of London have partnered to form a Special …