The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education report is a 96 page deep dive into why and how creativity should be placed at the heart of the British education system. Jess Fear shares her thoughts.
Our East Midlands programme manager visits Lviv in Ukraine, Nottingham’s fellow UNESCO City of Literature, to contribute to the Underground Literary Movement.
‘In an increasingly polarised world, our capacity to connect diverse young people is a huge benefit’ says new CEO.
Our newly-appointed Chief Executive, Antonia Byatt, on her first day in the job and why creative writing matters.
An article about the importance of our work and how closely we work with the Royal Society of Literature to provide extra provisions.
Our co-founder on writing, First Story and why every student should have creative-writing provisions.
Listen to the Children’s Laureate, on reading, the impact of technology and why author visits to schools are so important.