Here at Parklands Community Primary School, we have a strong commitment to creative thinking and practices in our curriculum. It underpins the work we do, supporting children to achieve better outcomes. 


We are proud to be part of the C Change Creativity Collaborative.

Working with 10 other schools across Cheshire, Wirral and Liverpool we are exploring innovative approaches for teaching for creativity. 

Over the next three years our line of inquiry will be:

How do creative pedagogies contribute to the experience of education for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds?

Lines of enquiry to explore the primary research question: 

  • What are the conditions needed to foster a culture of curiosity & creativity within and across schools?
  • What pedagogies effectively cultivate creative thinking across the curriculum and in particular for DA pupils?
  • What strategies support effective cultural and creative partnerships for schools, communities and young people?

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See the work of the Creativity Collaborative so far, here