Southampton Cultural Education Partnership Programme Management
Southampton Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) is tendering for an experienced cultural education consultant or consultants to work with the SCEP Steering Group and members, from October 2021 to September 2022, to shape our long-term goals, enable the development of the partnership with a clear action plan, contribute to essential child-focused activity, develop and deliver SCEP Transition and Better Lives Through Culture programmes, and support the city’s long-term cultural education ambitions.
In our next SCEP SPOTLIGHT post, we’re profiling SCEP member Liam Gifford and his work with The Nuffield Collective. Our SCEP SPOTLIGHT series sheds light on the diverse membership of the Southampton Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) and the brilliant work they do.
Liam Gifford is a theatre-maker, qualified teacher and engagement professional who specialises in leading community projects and directing plays with and for theatre-makers of all ages and backgrounds at all levels. He studied at Dartington College of Arts where he gained an honours degree in Theatre, and then later achieved a PGCE qualification in Drama at Aberystwyth University. Now, Liam plays an important role in leading and mentoring The Nuffield Collective.
Welcome to our brand-new series, SCEP SPOTLIGHT, in which we will be shedding light on the diverse membership of the Southampton Cultural Education Partnership (or SCEP) and the brilliant work they do. Our members are organisations and individuals who have create positive change in Southampton, making arts and creativity accessible for children and young people.
First up on SCEP SPOTLIGHT, we will be profiling SCEP member SoCo Music Project. SoCo is a national charity investing in music-making projects which support children and young people aged 0-25 to develop personally and socially as well as musically. They particularly work with those who do not have the opportunity to make music because of their circumstances, where they live, or what they’re going through.
Announcement: Better Lives Through Culture Investment for Southampton, 10 March 2021
Set to benefit 100s of children and young people directly, with aims to benefit 1000s through change-making ripple effect
Co-created programme for children and young people with children and young people
Bigger than its parts, connecting across the city to create real impact for children and young people.
Southampton Cultural EducationPartnership has been awarded its first
large-scale investment of over £130K by Artswork to support an ambitious two-year programme set to directly
benefit hundreds of children and young
people across the City.
Salary: £25,217 per annum Full Time Fixed Term for 12 months Closing Date: Wednesday 13 January 2021
Do you have direct experience working with children and young people to achieve their goals? Are you passionate about arts, culture and creativity and its potential to transform lives?
We’re looking for an exceptional individual, with the skills, experience, energy and drive to connect a diverse range of Children and Young People to transformative opportunities and support them to influence cultural provision in Southampton that meets their needs and aspirations.