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Public lecture: Right from the start - play, relationships and learning
In this lecture, Professor Paul Ramchandani will present evidence assessing the role that play and relationships have in child development - right from the start of life.
Public Lecture: Creativity – What is it? Why does it matter? How can schools ‘teach it’? Can it be assessed?
In this lecture, Professor Bill Lucas takes a closer look at how creativity works in schools.
Public Lecture: Cultural citizenship – what have the arts and creativity got to do with it?
In this lecture, Professor Pat Thomson will ask what role the arts and creativity play in cultural citizenship.
Creativity is a human quality that exists in every single one of us
Public invited to share their views on creativity
Members of the public are invited to share their views on the role creative thinking and creativity play in their lives in a new questionnaire.
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Major new Commission launched on creativity and education
Durham University and Arts Council England have announced The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education. Launching in September 2017, the Commission will investigate what happens when children experience arts and culture, and how this helps them develop and thrive.