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The longer-term impact of creative partnerships on the attainment of young people: results from 2005

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The longer-term impact of creative partnerships on the attainment of young people: results from 2005 and 2006

Creative Partnerships is the Government’s creative learning programme, designed to develop the skills of young people across England, raising their aspirations and achievements, and opening up more opportunities for their futures. Between Autumn 2002 and Summer 2004, NFER conducted a programme-level evaluation of Creative Partnerships, focusing on measuring changes in self-confidence, self-esteem and attitudes to learning amongst young people who took part in Creative Partnerships activity. A later study examined the relationship between attendance at Creative Partnership schools and activities and national assessment results, for young people reaching the end of key stages 2, 3 or 4 (i.e. those young people in Years 6, 9 or 11) in 2003 and 2004. The study indicated some small but statistically significant positive associations between attending Creative Partnership activities and attainment.


By NFER UK.


Education Policy Resource.