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Arts in Education Recovery Survey

Published: 03 Aug 2020

Arts in Education Recovery Survey - where are arts providers playing a role in supporting learning?

Due to the impact of COVID-19, there have been many changes in both the Youth Arts & Education landscapes, respectively, and in how they intersect.

Creative Scotland’s Creative Learning & Young People Team, in partnership with colleagues from the Arts and Education sectors, are looking to gain a snapshot of where arts providers are playing a role in supporting learning.

To do this, we’re looking to hear from arts organisations and practitioners working in Scotland with and/or across early learning, schools, and other family support and community learning settings through a survey.

This survey and resulting mapping exercise aims to give us a better understanding of where the arts are well-placed to work with education and learning partners to support children's access to artistic, cultural and creative opportunities within the COVID-19 recovery and where further support and advocacy could help to build capacity.

The survey is focused on the short term (academic year 2020/21) and is an opportunity to gain an overview on what was happening, what is happening now and advocate for what support is needed.

Deadline 21 August 2020.

Complete the survey on SurveyMonkey