We know this will be a busy and difficult time for everyone as we shift to different ways of working and learning, and adapt to the new challenges we face. We’re hoping to help schools, parents, and children and young people face this transition with confidence, resilience and resources.
With so many resources available online it can be difficult for educators to know where to start. We will be collating all these resources and sending out a weekly newsletter with our top tips, favourite resources and creative challenges from arts and cultural organisations.
Sign up to our education newsletter to receive the weekly digest and take a look at previous digests below:
We will be storing all these helpful arts, creativity and culture resources in the two Padlets below. Dive in and see what you can find! If these look a little overwhelming, don’t worry! That’s why we’ll be using our newsletter to break down what’s on offer and suggest ways of pairing up and using these resources.
If you have or know about a fantastic resource that we’ve missed, please let us know. Fill out our quick, 3 questions form so we can include it online for everyone to access.
Creating your own digital content
If you are building an online resource and need some help with how to structure this or make it user friendly, then have a look at our Digital Resources Toolkit, this is a great starting point.
At Festival Bridge, our remit is to provide a high quality cultural education for all children and young people so we will need your help to get the word out so we can support as many educators and children and young people as possible during this period. We’re always happy to talk to and support artists, teachers, schools and organisations in any way we can so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at email@example.com