The University of Leeds is a well-respected member of the Russell Group. They focus on improving the local community, producing world-class research and producing well-rounded students.
An established, popular and reputable theatre in the the heart of Leeds, The West Yorkshire Playhouse provides a superb education programme.
SAPERE (Society for the Advancement of Philosophy Enquiry and Reflection in Education) organises training in P4C, conferences and projects all directed towards bringing about philosophical enquiry for children and communities.
The Philosophy Foundation is a charity that aims to empower children, young people and adults with essential creative and critical thinking skills, training teachers and philosophers to help make this happen.
Creativity Culture and Education (CCE) is a charity with a simple aim to improve, enrich and inspire the lives of children through the power of creativity.
Cape UK strives to better the lives of young people through focusing on and inspiring creativity. Their extensive work has seen them become the Arts Council England’s Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire and the Humber.
The Hepworth Wakefield
A great collection of contemporary art works, learning studios and a diverse events programme are all to be found in a beautiful purpose-built gallery in Wakefield.
Wakefield Theatre Royal
A piece of Wakefield’s history built in 1774 and undergoing many transformations, The Wakefield Theatre Royal it has close connections with organisations to offer brilliant opportunities to the community and encourage interest in the arts.
Equal Voices Arts
Boasting a range of awards, professionals and a great amount of passion for the arts, Equal Voices produce film, theatre, workshops and music.
Cap-A-Pie is an innovative theatre company bringing together and supporting communities and schools, aiming to provide them with new experiences.
Established since 1985, Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah produce high-quality theatre in schools by immersing themselves and their audiences into a story, where they can work together to manipulate and experiment.
First Floor is West Yorkshire Playhouse’s venue for 11 to 19 year olds who want to try something new or develop their skills. There are lots of different music, drama and art activities on offer
Beacon Hill Arts
Beacon Hill Arts supports creative people with learning disabilities, autism and other additional needs to produce and exhibit their own films and music productions from concept to performance. It works across North-East England with all ages, with a particular focus on the 16-25 age bracket.
BALTIC is a major international centre for contemporary art in Gateshead. BALTIC has no permanent collection, providing instead an ever-changing calendar of exhibitions and events that give a unique and compelling insight into contemporary artistic practice.
Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums is a major regional museum, art gallery and archives service, managing nine museums and galleries across Tyneside, and the Archives for Tyne and Wear.
Shire Oak Primary School
Shire Oak is a small, close-knit primary school tucked away in the leafy heart of Headingley, Leeds.
MIMA is a centre of excellence for exhibiting and collecting modern and contemporary art, garnering national and international acclaim and putting Middlesbrough on the map.
Norwich University of the Arts is an independent specialist arts, design and media University with a 170 year reputation for excellence, and provides vocational, practice based courses in the arts.
Heythrop is a College of the University of London with a Catholic ethos, specialising in philosophy and theology. Its strengths are Abrahamic religions, interfaith relations, ethics, philosophy of religion and psychology of religion
University of Bristol
The University of Bristol is a Russell Group university and research institution.
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