... qualified teachers who develop and deliver high quality arts programmes for children and young people.
... a social enterprise committed to making creative arts activities more accessible - striving for a more inclusive and diverse future for Scotland's creative industries.
Schooling, Education and Learning: 2030 and Beyond
What could schooling, education and learning look like in 2030 and beyond?
A film by 23 young people from Glasgow. Based on a report by Scotland's Futures Forum & The Goodison Group in Scotland (2019). Filmmaking programme designed and delivered by Braw Talent.
The importance of creative activity
Students from low-income families who take part in arts activities at school are three times more likely to get a degree.
Since 2011, the number of jobs in the creative industries have increased by 28.6% - more than double the average UK job growth
Learning through arts and culture can improve attainment in Maths and English.
97% of the Scottish population believes that creative activity is essential for young people’s learning and well-being.
Participation in structured arts activities can increase cognitive abilities by 17%.
The UK will need one million new creative jobs by 2030.
Children who take part in arts activities in the home during their early years are ahead in reading and Maths at age nine.
Students from low-income families who engage in the arts at school are 20% more likely to vote as young adults.
87% of creative workers are at low or no risk of automation, compared with 40% of jobs in the UK.
To delve deeper into the research and pedagogies that shape our programmes, visit our bookshelf.
Who we are working with...
Opportunities shape futures
We collaborate with progressive schools, organisations and community groups to nurture creative potential through high quality arts activities.
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