Learning Everywhere

Launch, Network, Workshops, TeachMeet

Free event to celebrate the collaboration between heritage, cultural and creative learning settings in Bath and North East Somerset. Connecting people from schools, museums and other learning spaces, collaborating on projects to help change the way children and young people experience the world. 

During the event we’ll be updating on the wonderful progress of School without Walls in Bath. If you’d like to share something or have something you’d like to discuss or perhaps you’d like to find out how you can be more involved – please come along. Teachers, creatives, museum professionals we’d love to see you there. 

This event is free but booking is essential so please contact info@lightinguplearning.com to let us know you’ll be coming along. 

Wednesday 24th May, 16:00 – 18:00 (16:30 start)

The Holburne Museum, BA2 4DB

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​International Festival of Childhood 2017

29 June – 2 July 2017, City of Bath

 What does modern childhood look like? What rights should young children have? How are we protecting child and family health and wellbeing? How can we share and celebrate the vital importance of early nurture, playfulness and creativity, movement and exploration, connection with nature, wonder and awe?

An internationally important conference, embedded with a city-wide profusion of creative activities, the first ever International Festival of Childhood is taking place in Bath in the summer of 2017 and everyone is invited to come.

About IFC2017

The first of its kind in the world, the Festival consists of a 4 day seminar, bringing together some of the leading thinkers to share their thoughts , concerns and ideas about modern childhood, surrounded by an extravaganza of playful events and activities. As part of their commitment to becoming a UNICEF Child Friendly City,  the City of Bath is hosting  the event and (although the seminar tickets will be limited)  everyone is invited to join in the fun.

The Festival is the result of a collaboration between The Save Childhood Movement and the Bath-based cultural organisation 5x5x5=creativity.  It will be aligned with Bath’s annual Forest of Imagination contemporary arts event and core festival partners include Bath Festivals, The National Trust and the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). 

City of Bath and The Edge, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY

www.festivalofchildhood.com

Book your tickets via Eventbrite.

Contact IFC2017 for more information or email: rachel@5x5x5creativity.org.uk 

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​In conversation with François Matarasso: Evaluation

To discuss the meanings of monitoring, evaluation, research and communication within 5x5x5=creativity in order to clarify what we are doing and why, with the ultimate aim of understanding the nature and value of our work from an internal and external viewpoint.

Tuesday 22 November 2016, 2–4:30pm

American Museum in Britain, Claverton Manor, Claverton, Bath BA2 7BD

£25, £15 concessions

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For more information please email: rachel@5x5x5creativity.org.uk

Learning Everywhere

Launch, Network, Workshops, TeachMeet

Free event to celebrate the collaboration between heritage, cultural and creative learning settings in Bath and North East Somerset. Learning Everywhere is simply a framework that brings everyone together. We believe that learning in the right space both enhances experiences and deepens understanding. In order to do this better, we seek to better connect people from different sectors to collaborate and change the way children and young people experience the world.

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19th October, 16:00 – 18:00 (16:30 start)

American Museum, BA2 TBD

Free, but booking is essential, email: ellie.wallace@americanmuseum.org

Booking will close at 16:00 on Thursday 13th October.

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Forest of Imagination, 3–6 June 2016

Spaces around and inside Bath Abbey, Bath BA1 1LT

On 3–6 June 2016 Forest of Imagination takes root in Bath for its third year. Come and immerse yourself in a playful programme of sensory installations, artworks, outdoor theatre and participatory creative activities at this four-day contemporary arts event. Free and designed for all ages.

Join us as we highlight the inherent creativity of Bath and connect people with nature by reinventing spaces in the city to inspire intuitive play, unleash imagination and encourage exploration…

See the opening night invitation here:

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Feeling creative? Why not make a tree for the event… 

For more information, please visit: www.forestofimagination.org.uk

House of Imagination pop up event, 11-23 April 2016

44AD artspace, 4 Abbey St, Bath BA1 1NN

5x5x5=creativity is inviting artists and creative professionals along with children, young people and adults to explore and test ideas for House of Imagination, Forest of Imagination and City of Imagination.

Free admission but booking essential for schools. For further information please contact admin@5x5x5creativity.org.uk

View House of Imagination programme here

Towards a Child Friendly City | Wednesday 10 February

Towards a Unicef Child Friendly City

 Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Come and hear the progress of our project to get Bath accredited as a Unicef Child Friendly City and show your support with ideas of how you and your organisation would benefit.

5.45 – 6pm     Guests arrive
6.00 – 6.10pm  Welcome & Introduction
6.10 – 6.20pm   The story so far and next steps
6.20 – 7.10pm
Presentations from young people with questions from the audience:
Mentoring Plus Manifesto
Learn to Lead
School without walls
Youth Parliament
Got Ya Back
7.10 – 7.20pm  Response from Professor Slade, Vice Chancellor of Bath Spa University
7.20 – 7.50pm
Intergenerational Cafe: Ideas into action. Pledges for supporting B&NES as a child friendly city and community
7.50 – 8pm  Review pledges and thanks

Free admission but booking essential – book tickets here

What else do our children need? Saturday 27 February 2016

Saturday 27 February 2016

10:30am – 12:30pm Friends Meeting House York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG

Democratic Education Workshop for teachers and parents

Come and experience the views of two pedagogies:

5x5x5=creativity: Inspired by Reggio Emilia supporting children in their exploration and expression of their ideas and helping them develop creative skills for life.

Steiner Waldorf: Our curriculum, respecting and addressing all the multiple intelligences, engages the head, heart and hand of pupils. Our topic blocks are linked to phases of child development.

Tickets £5 for individuals (children welcome) – book here

For further information:

admin@5x5x5creativity.org.uk
agnes.javor@googlemail.com

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