IWCEP - Cultural Education Partnership Ident - Teal, Pink and Fern
Fulfilling the creative potential of young people on the Isle of Wight

For Teachers

For Teachers

The IWCEP supports teachers through:-

Expos and Conferences – We held our last Curriculum Conference in October 2019, at Oakfield School, Ryde, with key note speaker Professor Mick Waters. In 2017 and 2018 we held Expos at Quay Arts.

Details of our 2022 Curriculum Conference will be out soon.

Projects – Supported by our funders, the IWCEP have been able to lead or be a partner in some exciting projects which support children and young people across the Island. Click on the projects page to find out more.

Teaching Resources – During projects many resources are often developed. We want to make the easily accessible to you. Click the Resources button to look at all Island-focused resources.

Artsmark support – The Artsmark award is a practical tool for schools and education settings seeking to enrich their arts provision. Adding breadth and balance to the curriculum, Artsmark aligns with core EBACC and STEM priorities by bringing learning to life through arts and culture.

Arts Award – The Arts Award is designed to support young people who want to deepen their engagement with the arts, build creative and leadership skills and achieve a national qualification. Click on the Arts Award button to find out how your school can get involved.