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2006-2007 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

 2006-2007 PROJECTS

School

Area

Focus

Key Stage

Contact

Singleton CE Primary 4/33 Developing thinking skills through creative teaching and learning KS2 Mrs Pamela Weeden
Frenchwood CPS 6/9 Creative teaching and learning through the use if innovative cross curricular links to provide an enriched and stimulating programme of learning experiences KS 1&2 Mr M Kitchen
head@frenchwood.lancsngfl.ac.uk
Moorside Primary. Skelmersdale  8/42 To develop a cross-curricular approach to creative thinking, problem-solving and enquiry in Years 5 & 6  KS2 Mike Mitchell
Croston Trinity & St Michael's 9/40 Develop creative thinking skills alongside creative teaching through the use of the outdoor classroom KS2

Robert Duck / Helen Williams
r.duck@trinity-ce12.lancsngfl.ac.uk

Coppull Parish CE Primary 9/37 Creative approach to curriculum development and timetabling KS
1&2
Mrs M Brennan
head@parish.lancsngfl.ac.uk
Hillside School 00/139 Integrating specialist teaching approaches to meet the needs of pupils with autism W Sch Geoff Fitzpatrick
head@hillside.lancsngfl.ac.uk
Chorley St. James' CE Primary 9/8 To provide more opportunities across the curriculum, for children in Years 1-6, to initiate, develop and evaluate their own work be developing a KS1 and KS2 curriculum under the 6 areas of learning KS 1&2 Linda Roberts
head@st-james67.lancsngfl.ac.uk
Tarleton Community Primary 8/71 Creative timetable and curriculum - blocking of the curriculum / cross curricular links W Sch J Payne
Morecambe Bay CP School 1/51 The formation of a structured approach to the creative curriculum and a thematic approach KS 1&2 Mrs S Collingwood
head@morecambe-bay.lancsngfl.ac.uk
St Michael's on Wyre CE 2/40 Creative approaches to curriculum development, in particular developing creativity within the science curriculum KS2 Claire Armstrong
Queen's Drive Primary 6/60 Developing creative thinking across the curriculum - raising achievement in speaking, listening and writing KS 1&2 Miss J Webster
head@queens.lancsngfl.ac.uk
St John's Primary. Poulton 2/6 Using the creative arts and partnerships with an environmental artist and musicians who would liaise with staff and work directly with children W Sch Mrs Pauline Chisnall
The Breck Primary 2/2 Developing creative partnerships with outdoor education providers to impact on the quality of children's learning and teamwork skills KS2 Mrs J A Wood
head@breck.lancsngfl.ac.uk
Carleton St Hilda's CE Primary 2/7 Developing creativity through the partnership with a local garden centre W Sch Mr Martin Walsh
Wilson's Endowed CE 1/19 Developing creative partnerships with the local pre school and a graphic designer resident in the village W Sch Jo Williams
head@wilsons.lancsngfl.ac.uk