A new article on the BBC website by education columnist Mike Baker talks about the benefits of creative classrooms. This has been prompted by the publishing of new research by the Creativity, Culture & Education charity, which examines the exam results of pupils who have taken part in the Creative Partnerships programme, compared with those that have not been involved. According to several documents which make up the research (click here to access them), "the results of this study suggest that Creative Partnerships is contributing to improved levels of attainment."

The Creative Partnerships programme was partially born out of the landmark 1999 report All Our Futures; this too, is available online.


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