What we doCultural Education Partnerships (CEPs)

Cultural Education Partnerships (CEPs) are cross-sector, strategic partnerships that work together to unite and improve cultural education for children and young people in their local area. While all LCEPs are working together towards the same goal - making a long-term and sustainable impact on cultural education in their areas - each CEP is very different. They are all locally driven and rooted in the specific challenges and opportunities of their place.

The Greenwich CEP was formed out of a shared desire to work in more interconnected ways and opportunities to ensure that all young people in Greenwich are having a rich and varied cultural experience.

WHO IS PART OF IT?

The CEP has representation from Greenwich based…

  • Arts/Cultural organisations.
  • Independent artists/practitioners
  • Local authority - Royal Borough of Greenwich (members of the education and cultural teams)
  • Schools
  • Community organisations
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The Greenwich CEP has an online platform where schools and cultural organisations can reach out, communicate and share what they are doing and what they’re looking for. Please get in touch if you’d like to be involved.

If you’d like to know more about the online platform or you’d like to join the CEP please email [email protected]

Members of the Greenwich CEP Steering Group include:

Pragya Kumar – Artiday Freelance Artist

Sarah Abley – Royal Borough of Greenwich

Ruth Boley – Royal Museums Greenwich

Sophie Nicol – Plumcroft Primary School

Daniel Bernstein – Emergency Exit Arts

Shanika Warren – Emergency Exit Arts

Jack Redfern – A New Direction

Elizabeth Church - Royal Borough of Greenwich

Katrina Wesseling – Emergency Exit Arts

Barbara Foster – Royal Borough of Greenwich

Sam Lahai-Taylor – Royal Borough of Greenwich

Precious Jeffers – Woolwich Works


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At our first Seminar and Networking event, held at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, 40 local representatives met to connect and discuss the future of culture in education in our Borough. Follow our social media and sign up to our newsletter to discover our next event...

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