On October 23rd, 2014, we updated our
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2A New Direction’s vision for LondonOur aims for the next three years:—To improve the extent to which all young people can engage in a broadrange of cultural and creative experiences—To ensure that London’s cultural and creative opportunities for youngpeople improve and aspire to be the best in the world—To make sure that young people from all backgrounds have theopportunity to progress in their chosen creative and/or cultural interest
3Bridge Organisation• Bridge organisations facilitate networks and make sure there is an ongoing dialogue across the arts, culture and education• Bridge organisations help schools identify and access arts and cultural opportunities• Bridge organisations help other arts and cultural organisations, including museums and libraries, to bring the cultural experiences that they offer to more children and young people
4Work we deliver:• Artsmark, Arts Award• Training for Teachers• Heritage work with young people• Arts projects on specific issues (www.trucearts.org)• Training opportunities for young people• Partnership with local authorities and cultural organisations
8CENTRES In our CENTRES project we will model the Social Enterprise Qualification (SEQ) as a means of engaging young people in creative entrepreneurship in schools.Objectives• To work with 5 schools across London, engaging 30 pupils at each to run creative businesses and achieve their SEQ• To train at least one teacher per school in the SEQ• To engage 5 mentors from the creative industries to support different aspects of project delivery and inspire young people.