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Artists Toolkit

This Toolkit was developed from conversations between Addo and Dr. Susan Liggett (Glyndwr University) around issues of developing quality artist projects.

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ArtWorks Cymru Quality Principles

The ArtWorks Cymru Quality Principles are grouped into three areas – intentionactivity and people. We have designed a set of tools to help you think about quality within the projects or programmes that you are delivering.


Celc helps teachers and artists work together to develop pupils’ literacy and numeracy skills through the expressive arts. Whatever your subject specialism or artform, this Toolkit is full of inspiring ideas, useful links and practical guidance to support your class to meet the requirements of the National Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF) in new, fun and engaging ways.

Creative Enterprise Toolkit

Nesta – Our enterprise resource toolkit contains tried and tested methods for teaching enterprise skills to creative individuals who are thinking about setting up a business.

Dementia & Imagination

This handbook is not a tool-kit of prescription exercises to deliver visual arts projects, and it’s not an evaluation guide. What it is, is a result of a research project and is intended to be used by artists and other people who plan to deliver arts-based activities with people who are living with dementia. It is a set of useful ideas and recommendations that come from a robust research project setting out some foundations for developing visual arts projects with and for, people affected by dementia.

Story Quest

28 ways to turn children into storytellers

National Literacy and Numeracy Framework

The National Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF) is designed to help teachers embed literacy and numeracy into all subjects for learners aged 5 to 14.

Digital Competence Framework

The Framework encapsulates the skills that will help learners thrive in an increasingly digital world.

Self-Assessment for Artists Working in Educational Settings

We hope that it will be of great value to artists and creative practitioners at all stages of their careers, as well as to teachers and other people collaborating with them, training providers or policy makers, and consequently children whose creative skills development is at the heart of the work.


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