Creative Agent for Creative Partnerships

Working with schools across the North East, Fionn Consultancy has provided Creative Agent services to:

Churchill Community College, Wallsend
“How can we enable/empower leaders of learning staff/pupils/community) to behave in a more open ended way that will impact upon basic skills, esteem, the experiences themselves and achievement?”

Cockton Hill Infant School, Bishop Auckland

  1. “To what extent will a creative approach to teaching and learning in non-arts based subjects help to inspire and motivate children and help to further their understanding and enjoyment of these subjects?” Maths was made fun by bringing a steam miniature railway to site.
  2. “What can we only do outside?”
  3. “Can we use the expressive arts to learn/play in a different way? How can we use these experiences to make the curriculum even more creative? Where do we have music? Is music about landscape?”

Harton Technology College, South Shields
“Developing thinking skills in Year 7”

John Spence High School, Tynemouth
“How can we challenge the boundaries between subject areas within the remit of the New National Curriculum through a creative activity”

King Edward Primary School, North Shields
“How we can impact on children who are failing to achieve”

Marine Park First School, Whitley Bay
“What impact does outdoor learning have on more able children’s knowledge and understanding of SSM (Shape, Space and Measurement) aspects of the numeracy curriculum”

Reid Street Primary School, Darlington
“How do we explore creative cross-curriculum links?”

St Margaret Clitherow, Middlesbrough
“How do we inspire the technical side of writing skills?”

St Patrick’s RC Primary, Thornaby
“How can we improve communication skills through an exploration of liturgy?”

Spring Gardens Primary, North Shields
“Using music as a case study, we want to develop and test a model for the delivery of a curriculum area where staff are currently less confident”

“How do we develop children’s experience and imagination in order to make a positive impact on their writing skills – how can we make writing more creative?”

Usworth Colliery Primary School, Washington
“How will the encouragement of greater resilience and resourcefulness [amongst pupils] enable a more creative curriculum? Will this have a positive impact in the writing skills of pupils?”

A quote used with permission from Paul Jennings at Churchill Community College

“I wouldn’t have got through Creative Partnerships without the help, support and guidance of Fiona Forsythe. The best thing about working with Fiona was that she never lost sight of what the goals of the College were. She is an absolute almanac of contacts.”

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