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Teacher CPD conference

Keeping creativity in the curriculum 

Friday 22 June 2018
9:00am to 4:00pm

Our CPD Conference for Teachers this year is entitled 'keeping creativity in the curriculum' and focuses on how we fight back against cuts to creative subjects in schools.

The conference is free to attend with lunch and refreshments provided.

The conference is ideal for art and drama teachers and FE and Secondary level, and other teachers dedicated to creativity in the curriculum. This event on Friday 22 June 2018, 09:00 – 16:00 at the Bishop Otter Campus, Chichester.

On the day

The day will start with a welcome from Professor Catherine Harper, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Chichester and Professor of Textiles.

Followed by a plenary session with two key-note speakers; Laura Southall – Head of Learning & Community at Pallant House Gallery and Dale Rooks – Director of LEAP at Chichester Festival Theatre.

We will then move into a coordinated open discussion where you can interact with other attendees and take the opportunity to air your thoughts, feelings and unique perspectives on ‘How we can support each other in maintaining creativity in the curriculum’.

The day will end with an opportunity for you to make something for yourselves in the workshops, exploring our technical facilities in Art & Theatre. For those who are interested, there will also be a workshop led by Kylie Perry, Co-Director of the awarding winning Paper Birds Theatre Company and graduate of Chichester.     

At the heart of the day is an interaction between yourselves and others who, like you, are passionate about creativity in the curriculum. 

On the day, you will have the opportunity to meet:

  • Laura Southall – Head of Learning & Community at Pallant House Gallery
  • Dale Rooks – Director of LEAP at Chichester Festival Theatre
  • Kylie Perry – Co-Director of The Paper Birds Theatre Company
  • Admissions tutors from Fine Art and Theatre at University of Chichester
  • Teaching staff from Fine Art and Theatre at University of Chichester