Increasing access for students and teachers to engage in enriched learning through arts experiences.
The Creative Learning Partnerships Program offers grants between $60,000 and $250,000 per annum to deliver 2-year creative learning programs.
The Creative Learning Partnerships Program enhances students’ (years 2 to 9) and educators’ creative learning capabilities in and through the arts. Programs will build educators' pedagogical capacities and increase access to and participation in the arts, cultural and creative activities.
A key concern addressed through the program is those students who are disadvantaged and least likely to have access to such opportunities to enrich their overall learning and engagement. As part of the Creative Learning Partnerships Program, arts organisations will work with identified clusters of schools to deliver programming over two years.
Applications are open to Western Australian based:
*This funding cannot support core activity of DLGSC Arts Organisations Investment Program (AOIP) funded recipients and major performing arts companies.
Please note this program excludes state operated arts and cultural institutions.
You must read the guidelines before submitting an application as they provide essential information.
Creativity in and through the arts, positioned at the heart of a holistic education.
To deliver local creative learning initiatives to embed creativity across the curriculum in Western Australian schools. The Creative Learning Program aims to utilise artistic processes to enhance students' creative learning capacities, overall engagement
and health and wellbeing outcomes.
The Creative Learning Program recognises that the following 5 program objectives are interdependent.
Enhance students’ and educators’ creative learning capabilities to increase engagement and support success across Western Australian curriculum areas and beyond.
Your application should align with all program objectives.
Creativity for Schools
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