Creative CPD and INSETs for the New School Year

19th Jun 2022News, Teacher CPD

A school’s best and most valuable resource is of course, its staff. But there are times when everyone can benefit from a fresh approach and an injection of new ideas. And that’s where As Creatives can come in. Our Creative CPD programmes and INSETs, which have been delivered to thousands of teachers and teaching professionals right across … Read More

International Schools

9th Jun 2022News, School Workshops

Our commitment to high quality provision that strengthens skills, delivers new content and promotes aspiration is a perfect fit for English-speaking International Schools everywher Like many International Schools, we cover both primary and secondary ages, so we’re able to work with you to put together an exciting and engaging programme lasting a number of days – … Read More

Enterprise Education – School Workshops for Autumn / Winter Term

19th May 2022News, School Workshops

Our Big Enterprise Days allow us to provide a full day of workshops for up to 300 students from a single year group! The benefits of enterprise education aren’t just for would-be entrepreneurs and potential businesspeople – they’re for everyone, of any age. Because the transferable nature of such enterprise skills as resourcefulness, resilience and reflection means … Read More

Case Study: Exploring the 5Rs at St Mary’s College

10th Dec 2015Case Studies

When students are working hard towards their GCSEs it’s easy for them to forget why they are taking them in the first place. It’s all about preparing them for the future of course, and to give them the best opportunities and as much choice as possible as they reach the end of this phase of … Read More

Case Study: Enterprise Ambassadors – Innovative Research with Alsop High School

13th Sep 2012Case Studies, School Workshops

After delivering an interactive whole-school INSET exploring the Davies Review of Enterprise Education and looking at enterprise skills, we worked closely with twelve teachers to investigate ways of incorporating enterprise across the curriculum. Following more in-depth examinations of “enterprise in action”, these Enterprise Ambassadors undertook small scale action research projects tracking the impacts on students … Read More

Case Study: Enterprise in Action at St Julie’s

1st Apr 2012Case Studies

We worked with 50 year 9 students from St Julie’s Catholic High School (who had all recently opted to study GCSE Business studies) on an interactive and fast paced workshop day exploring the advantages of enterprise in education. The sessions were inspired by the Davies Review of Enterprise Education- an independent review that explores the … Read More

Case Study: Harnessing Entrepreneurship to Raise School Attainment

22nd Mar 2012Case Studies, News

As Creatives in conjunction with Liverpool John Moores University has been working with senior teachers from primary and secondary schools to explore how entrepreneurial characteristics can be nurtured throughout the school community in order to increase learner attainment.  The event was a CPD opportunity for school leaders and teachers who engaged in a quality, interactive … Read More

Resources – FACE Facts Campaign

6th Jan 2012Case Studies, Free Teaching Resources, School Workshops

Based at the University of Liverpool, Moving On With Life and Learning (MOWLL for short) support adults with learning difficulties become self advocates through innovative and person-centred development programmes. The organisation has recently launched its FACE Facts campaign, aimed at stopping hate crime – with a particular focus on hate crime committed against people with … Read More

Case Study: IAG Ambassadors – Raising Aspirations at Newton High

13th Sep 2011Case Studies

Our third year supporting Newton High School saw us developing IAG Ambassadors, a programme in which a cohort of Year 9 students and their teachers worked together to explore the worlds of imagination, advice and guidance. After challenging their own aspirations, looking beyond the expected, the students considered what they would need to do to … Read More