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2005-2006 Projects

KEY

Colour

Main focus area from the research project

 

Teaching and learning

 

Creative arts

 

Curriculum and time table development

 

Working in partnership with other agencies

2005-2006 PROJECTS

School

Area

Focus

Key Stage

Contact

Walton le Dale CP

7/12

Developing creative thinking focusing on thinking strategies

KS2

Deborah Robinson

deb2cor46@hotmail.com

St Williams RC Pilling

 

2/23

Developing creative thinking - looking at the dispositions of thinking and learning ( working in a network of schools)

W sch

Trish McCarthy

head@st-williams.lancsngfl.ac.uk

St Andrews Infants

7/15

Creative teaching & learning linking outdoor play and drama

KS 1

Christine Adams

Tineadams@ad.com

Forton Community 

2/39

Creative teaching & learning  developing children into informed active citizens

KS2

Holly Huset

01524 791188

Scotforth St Pauls

1/06

Creative teaching & learning - raising self esteem and positive attitudes to learning

KS2

Ruth Dewhurst

Ruthyd21@hotmail.com

Chaucer Primary

2/08

Motivation and inspiration, designing and marketing a board game

KS2

Mick Charnock

Head@chaucer.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Overton St Helens

1/46

Designing a project week for children to work on challenges

KS 1&2

Kelly Powell

k.mclaughlan@st-helens.lancsngfl.ac.uk

St Wulstans & St Edmunds

2/17

Creating story worlds to develop children's thinking and communication

R

Sally Brewer

s.brewer@st-wulstans-rc12.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Abbeystead and Dolphinholme

1/42

1/39

Dance and Drama to explore history ( two village schools)

KS1&2

Kathryn Lawson

Head@cawthornes.lancscngfl.ac.uk

Balshaw Lane Primary

50/09

Creative Arts to dev creative thinking - 3D & textile and ethnic art opportunities

W

sch

Rachel Cotton

Tweds_888@hotmail.com

Hillside Community

8/36

Curriculum dev through the creative arts a social inclsuion project for B.E.S.D. children

Year 2-6

Chris Waring

Bursar@hillside.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Heyhouses CE Primary

4/47

Music/Arts/Drama and whole school community development

R-6

Elizabeth Hodgson

Deputy@heyhouses.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Red Marsh School  2/132 Dance opportunities using LUDUS Dance.  Cross Phase A Tidswell

Primrose Hill Primary

9/45

Creative Arts to dev creative thinking using dance and drama

W sch

Emma Swinburn

Head@primrosehill12.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Grosvenor Park Primary

1/61

Restructuring the curriculum on a topic base

KS 1&2

Kevin Kendall

Head@grosvenor.lancscgfl.ac.uk

Kirkham St Michaels

4/37

Developing writing through structured role play and drama

W sch

Lesley Brooksbank

Head@st-michaels-ce23.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Hambleton Primary School

2/26

Expanding the curriculum, offering enhanced curriculum provision and re timetabling

W sch

Joanne Longworth

Joanne@hambleton.lancsngfl.ac.uk

St Bernadette's RC

1/24

Involving year 5 to design an interactive outdoor area for the Foundation Stage

FS& year 5

Sharon Halsall

Bursar@st-bernadettes.lancsngfl.ac.uk

St Anne's Primary

8/12

Curriculum Dev & timetabling to set up excellence and enjoyment principles

W sch

Eileen Smith

 

Broughton in Amounderness

6/44

T&L curriculum and time tabling developing a creative curriculum

FS KS1

Gill Simpson

Broughton@virgin.net

Withnell Fold 9/63

1.      To -Curriculum and

            time-tabling

            development to

            release more time

            for creative

            thinking using a

            range of creative,

            problem-solving

            games and

            activities. 

 KS1&2

 

Tarleton Holy Trinity

8/73

Curriculum development - writing through creative role play and first hand experiences

R & KS1

Jo Gray

Head@ holy-trinity12.lancsngfl.ac.uk