CCS Management Group
Arts Connect West Midlands, is a bridge organisation, connecting young people with great arts and culture. We provide advice and support to those involved with Artsmark and Arts Award. We are also run programmes to develop the quality and quantity of arts education, and work to attract new investment and resources to the sector.
Shropshire Council Arts
Shropshire Council Arts Development Service.
Arts Development Officer, works across the county and plays a strategic role in the development of the arts sector. Providing leadership on arts development, project management and support.
Libraries Service operates across the county – currently 22 and 4 mobiles. Many of the libraries are within small rural communities and act as important community hubs. 7 CYP librarians around the county offer specialist knowledge and support to library staff and library users. They currently work with 65 schools across Shropshire.
Wem Town Hall aims to facilitate social enterprise, community empowerment and community cohesion through an accessible, user-friendly and high quality venue and programme. Programme includes; theatre, music, dance, film, satellite broadcasts, visual arts and crafts and exhibitions, for the benefit of local people and visitors to the area.
The Hive delivers social impact through arts & creative activities & projects, with a special focus on children & young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and other hard to reach groups. Working across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin. Arts venue, 100 seat performance space, with music & media studios.
Evolved in a ground-breaking partnership between Shropshire Council and the University of Chester, University Centre Shrewsbury (UCS) offers curricular content, research and partnerships that have been created to have a positive and powerful impact locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. UCS wants to retain our dynamic young people and to attract new talent to the county; to make Shropshire a centre of excellence for technology, for science and healthcare, and for the creative arts.
Not for profit arts organisation working with professional artists to deliver participatory theatre projects for social change in schools and community settings. We create and deliver bespoke and inclusive theatre programmes that use multiple arts disciples to offer children, young people and adults the opportunity to participate in high quality artistic experiences with strong social and interpersonal outcomes.
Shropshire Music Service provides instrumental, vocal and curriculum support for schools throughout Shropshire. The aim of the Music Service is to provide, develop and support the highest quality of music education in Shropshire and to give young people performing opportunities in schools and in the community.
Shropshire Museum Service
Active learning workshops led by experienced museum educators. All sessions have workshop activities. Museums hold major sources of primary evidence required for much of the national curriculum. Teachers are invited to work with relevant collections and to make free preliminary visits to our museum sites.
Qube is an Oswestry based charity serving the needs of the local community through
community transport, arts and health, volunteering, care and community facilities.
Arts and health: art exhibitions in our contemporary gallery space, creative workshops and events, arts in the community projects and original arts and crafts for sale.
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Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust
The Museum holds four prestigious Sandford Heritage Education Awards recognising it as an outstanding educational resource for schools. Working under the ethos of ‘to experience is to understand’, the Museum enables student groups to either take self-guided learning journeys or enhance their visit by taking part in some of the many facilitated hands-on workshops and activities available.
Shropshire Regimental Museum
Shrewsbury Castle commands fantastic views over the town and surrounding area. Dating originally from the 1070s it was ‘restored’ in the 18th century by Thomas Telford, who built the romantic Laura’s Tower.
In the main building is the Shropshire Regimental Museum, where, as well as fascinating displays, you will find staff ready to help with enquiries about your family’s role in Shropshire’s military life. It also has a family quiz for all ages. The Circular Room at Shrewsbury Castle is licensed for civil marriage ceremonies. The grounds are a magnificent setting for photographs and a varied programme of summer events.
Shropshire Youth Association (SYA)
SYA is a registered Charity that has been delivering personal, social and informal education for 29 years. Our core work supports Youth clubs but we also deliver projects. Many primary schools will know of our "Shifty's Project" that delivers Alcohol awareness at "Crucial Crew". We also deliver a range of other sessions for schools and operate the "Shropshire Young Health Champions Project" The aim of SYA is: “To help young people especially, though not exclusively through leisure-time activities, so to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society."
Ludlow Fringe Festival
Ludlow Assembly Rooms
Gobowen Primary School
We take pride in the achievements of each and every student according to his or her abilities, not just in the achievements of the brightest and the best.
Ellesmere College takes academic achievement very seriously, as well as the arts, music, drama and sport - we work hard to maintain a balance.
We are proud to have achieved Platinum Artsmark Status, awarded by Arts Council England. This recognises the College's commitment to providing professional levels of cultural activity to both its students and to the wider community. Ellesmere College was the first Independent School in England to achieve this award.