CURRENT PARTNER ORGANISATIONS
Festival Bridge’s mission is to radically improve the cultural education offer by creating, advising and facilitating partnerships and networks in the places in which we work.
We provide support, advice and guidance to inspire educators and practitioners, helping them to ensure children and young people’s creative and cultural experiences are the most valuable they can be.
Festival Bridge is part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival and one of ten national Bridge organisations working nationally with investment from Arts Council England and the Department for Education.
Peterborough Learning Partnership is committed to developing communities that create successful learning and leadership, confident individuals and responsible citizens. Providing benefit to all children and young people by developing, delivering, commissioning and evaluating a wide range of learning and development opportunities for school, supporting all members and partners in raising aspirations and standards, creating better outcomes for all.
The Partnership currently consists of 55 schools spread across Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire. All our schools who are members of the Peterborough Learning Partnership will benefit from effective support to improve learning outcomes for pupils and continued professional development of teachers.
All schools who are a member of the Peterborough Learning Partnership benefit from effective support to improve learning outcomes for pupils and continued professional development of teachers.
Vivacity is an independent, not-for-profit organisation with charitable status. We manage many of Peterborough’s most popular culture and leisure facilities for both residents of the city and visitors to Peterborough.
Vivacity provides a myriad of opportunities for people to take part in cultural and leisure activities. Art, heritage, learning, sport and healthy living form the mainstay of our services, with the specific purpose to enrich and inspire lives in partnership with various organisations and stakeholders.
UROCK Theatre Company, based in Peterborough, has worked in the East Midlands and East of England for 8 years, with young people both inside and outside education, and with creative learning providers. UROCK delivers innovative theatre practice, and has achieved a national profile through the success of its participation in the NT Connections programme, in which it has performed at the National Theatre twice in the past four years.
The ethos is centred on making exciting new work using improvisational skills, and merging movement with theatre. Over the past three years, new Educational Arts models have been developed, giving access to all ages and abilities. These initiatives have been supported by Norfolk School improvement Services [Viscount Nelson Education Network CIC] , The Active Learning Trust, Peterborough Music hub, and PHACE.
The Peterborough Music Education Hub is dedicated to making an enjoyable and successful music education accessible to all young people.
The Hub offers opportunities for children and young people to learn a musical instrument , opportunities to play in ensembles and to perform, and access to large scale and high quality music experiences for pupils, working with professional musicians and venues. They also offer CPD to school staff, particularly in supporting schools to deliver music in the curriculum and provide access to large scale and high quality music experiences for pupils, working with professional musicians and venues.