Holly Blythman is Creative Learning Assistant at ARC Stockton. In her blog, Holly reflects on being part of the More Stuff Like This Please! Programme and shares what she has noticed about the impact of creative activities on care experienced children and young people.
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In her blog, Don’t worry about mistakes, no-one will notice if you keep smiling!, Carol Bowden (Programme Leader Sage Gateshead), reflects on facilitating Early Years Music Making Training training as part of our More Stuff Like This Please! Programme.
More Stuff Life This Please! is a 2-year programme, funded by Culture Bridge North East and Stockton Borough Council, delivered in partnership by ARC Stockton (lead partner), Stockton Borough Council and Blue Cabin.
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In his blog, When the storm blows there are those who build shelters, and others who build wind turbines, Thure Johansen, explores the grey area between the artist pedagogy tradition and the dynamic nature of social pedagogy, and how this has been an exciting and reaffirming personal and professional journey for him. Read More
Through the grant we received from County Durham Community Foundation (CDCF) Comic Relief Core Fund, another key areas of focus for our organisation is the development of new partnerships. The South Tyneside Programme is a fantastic example of this. Here, our wonderful Board Member Dawn Williams, explains more. Read More