Headroom - Empower your creative community

The DfES document, ‘Excellence and Enjoyment’ published in 2003 encouraged primary schools to ‘take ownership of the curriculum…and be creative and innovative in how they teach’. It emphasised ‘children experiencing the joy of discovery, solving problems, being creative in writing, art music, developing their self-confidence as learners

A text version of a report ”Creativity Action Research Awards 2005
initiated and commissioned by Creative Partnerships” is below.

http://www.edujam.org/headroom/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/building-creative-futures-creativity-action-research-2005-text.txt

or a colourful PDF version can be downloaded from the Creative Partnerships site by here

http://www.creative-partnerships.com/area-delivery-organisations/capeuk/research/building-creative-futures-the-story-of-the-creativity-action-research-awards-2005,119,ART.html

Ofsted conducted an inspection on creative practice schools which was the subject of a HMCI speech for Creative Partnerships National Conference
Creativity in schools: what inspection tells us, Christine Gilbert, HMCI

you can view the full contents of the speech here

http://www.edujam.org/headroom/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/cgilbert-hmi-ofsted.pdf

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