Theme 2: Creative Futures considers the success of LCEPs (Local Cultural Education Partnerships) in the long term, so that local place-based partnerships, which are essential to a thriving future for our children and young people, are made sustainable, achievable, and beneficial for all involved.
Wolverhampton Cultural Education Partnership
Marguerite Nugent, Chair, and Ciaran O’Donnell, Vice Chair
A journey of development from 2015 which in parts has been challenging, to its current position of being integrated with the Cultural Compact and leading with key partners such, as the University of Wolverhampton.
Phil Aves, Lowestoft Rising
Phil Aves discusses Lowestoft Rising. The LCEP is one of the longest-standing and here you can hear about its foundation and the importance of school-leader relationships and leveraging investment.
The Future of LCEPs
Ben Sandbrook, World Pencil
Ben Sandbrook is in the process of writing an Impact Report and Partnership Framework for The Mighty Creatives. He has also worked with other LCEPs and Bridges. Here he reflects on the impact report he has been working on and shares a few words on the future working of partnerships and LCEPs.
The Story of Enjoy Great Yarmouth LCEP Michael Corley, Festival Bridge, and Colin Stott, Enjoy Great Yarmouth
The story of Great Yarmouth told by Michael Corley and Colin Stott. They reflect on being one of the original LCEPs, along with the challenges faced and successes enjoyed over 10 years; a life story of the LCEP.
Stoke & North Staffordshire CEP
Nicky Twemlow - First Chair of Stoke & North Staffs CEP who developed the CEP from their City of Culture Bid into an integrated partnership as part of the Cultural Compact, now renamed as Stoke Creates. This provides an insight into the journey they have been on and the challenges they have faced along the way.
Local Cultural Education Partnerships Film
Arts Connect have shared a film about LCEPs, view here