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This is one of a series of messages to share a little bit about the wide range of brilliant Sheffield-based arts and cultural organisations you could work with.

If you’re looking to bring arts and cultural practitioners into your school, Create Sheffield can help you! Firstly why not try and use our Partners search function on our website, if you can't find what you want, get in touch

Active Health & Wellbeing

During our Why Creativity Matters NOW conversations we ask 'how can cultural partnerships support active health and wellbeing?' Join us online, Tuesday 12th October 3:30-4:15pm. 
All of Create Sheffield’s Partners do fantastic, high quality work. Here are a few examples of Sheffield-based companies that work directly with schools in this area:

Greentop Community Circus Centre has 20 years experience of professional circus training, youth circus and tailor made wellbeing programmes and events for schools.

Greentop Community Circus Centre and Beck Primary have co-created ‘This is Circus’ a 6 week Circus programme to take over PE. It has been designed to engage the least active children, promote resilience and grow creativity.  

The programme was tested at Beck with Y3 to Y6 groups during the pandemic designed so it can be run entirely remotely by schools, for a lead teacher to pick it up and run with using loaned equipment detailed lesson plans and bespoke videos. It is now being adapted to provide a blended approach with circus teachers proving CPD and in class support.

Since September over 320 children have been involved at Beck Primary, Hucklow Primary, Brightside Infants and Bradfield and Dungworth Primary, 90% felt able to learn lots of different skills and 84% felt circus helped them take on and succeed at difficult challenges. Read more

 

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Emily Whitely - In Between the Trees

Emily teaches outdoor learning and forest school in a large secondary special school in Sheffield. She also offers tailor made programmes that focus on wellbeing, helping organisations to make the most out of their outdoors spaces.  

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Angie Hardwick

Angie is a freelance Visual Artist, specialising in ceramics. She has years of experience in Primary and Secondary settings, recently delivering sculptural activities enabling people to connect with their community, benefiting their mental health and wellbeing. 

Watch her recent video

Brightside Music CIC

Aisling and Becky are both qualified teachers and visit settings as a duo playing violin, ukulele, clarinet and singing. Brightside Music offer small group music workshops with young people in order to promote confidence, communication and wellbeing.

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Growtheatre

Growtheatre offer bespoke workshops and projects to suit your needs. They also are Forest School Providers and can work with you to set up a Forest School or offer Forest School sessions

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There are many brilliant arts & cultural organisations specialising in active health & wellbeing in Sheffield. Here are more of our Create Sheffield Partners:

  • Helen Moyes Design specialises in textiles and mixed media, predominantly in Primary settings. Helen's has a person-centred approach to learning, with well-being at its heart.
  • Flying Fish Studio offers felting, printmaking, embossing, quilling (and more) workshops for schools, all activities have children's wellbeing at its heart.
  • Link Learning is a team of teachers, musicians and artists. They work with schools to deliver activities that encourage exploration, discovery and experimentation using tools such as stop frame animation, arts and crafts, design led-work and creative play. 
Find more Create Sheffield Partners
We are Create Sheffield, Sheffield’s Cultural Education Partnership, we are a charitable company, supported by IVE, the Arts Council England’s Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire and the Humber and a series of Sheffield based funders.

This email is in support of Why Creativity Matters NOW, the big conversation about arts and cultural education in Sheffield, part of the Learn Sheffield Autumn Online Festival. Read more here, book onto one of our events here, or get in touch with our Creative Education Producers Jenny Coats, Amy Willoughby and Becky Stroud from Beck School.  
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