Creative Impact is a programme to support children and young people to discover how they can harness their abilities in the arts to achieve sustainable development goals, through creating their own authentic experiences of making change.
We provide consultancy and stakeholder co-design to support arts and education organisations and partnerships to nurture children and young people's ideas, to help young people become leaders, and to develop their social impact.
Good Questions is a social learning platform we have built for creating online tools, workshops and courses where people assess their knowledge, understanding and skills together and learn from each other’s experiences and ideas.
We're currently developing films, 3D visuals and interactives to enable people to chart their learning journeys over time and to take a holistic view of what thousands of individual learning, education and career journeys really look like.
What We Could Be is a programme of talks, training and strategy co-design with students and organisations looking at the future of work and innovative ideas for how young people could harness the arts professionally for tomorrow’s societal challenges, and how best to prepare them now.
“What’s the least we need to do for young people to fulfil their potential in the creative arts?” We're developing the Light Touch Paper programme - an action research community looking at self-directed learning and facilitative, minimally invasive teaching and learning.
Working alongside a growing collaboration of interested music education organisations, we're co-designing a partnership programme and campaign to address issues around welfare and safeguarding in music and arts education
We produced an authoritative online timeline of the history of the sustainable development movement, with perspectives from sustainable development champions from across the globe, for the Richard Sandbrook Trust