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All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture and Education

All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture and Education

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The National Advisory Committee on Creative and Cultural Education was established in February 1998 by the Secretary of State for Education and Employment, the Rt. Hon David Blunkett MP and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, the Rt. Hon Chris Smith MP. Our terms of reference are:

To make recommendations to the Secretaries of State on the creative and cultural development of young people through formal and informal education: to take stock of current provision and to make proposals for principles, policies and practice.

This report makes recommendations for provision in formal and informal education for young people to the age of 16: that is, to the end of compulsory education. Our
inquiry coincides with the GovernmentÕs planned review of the National Curriculum. This report includes specific recommendations on the National Curriculum. It also
includes recommendations for a wider national strategy for creative and cultural education.
The National Advisory Committee on Creative and Cultural Education was established in February 1998 by the Secretary of State for Education and Employment, the Rt. Hon David Blunkett MP and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, the Rt. Hon Chris Smith MP. Our terms of reference are:

To make recommendations to the Secretaries of State on the creative and cultural development of young people through formal and informal education: to take stock of current provision and to make proposals for principles, policies and practice.

This report makes recommendations for provision in formal and informal education for young people to the age of 16: that is, to the end of compulsory education. Our
inquiry coincides with the GovernmentÕs planned review of the National Curriculum. This report includes specific recommendations on the National Curriculum. It also
includes recommendations for a wider national strategy for creative and cultural education.

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National Advisory Committee onCreative and Cultural Education
 All Our Futures:
Creativity, Culture and Education
 Report to
the Secretary of State for Education and Employmentthe Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
May 1999
 
Contents
ContentsNACCCE report1
Terms of Reference
2
Membership of the Committee
3
Introduction and Summary
5
Part One:
Facing the Future
1.The Challenge for Education
17
2.Creative Education
28
3. Cultural Education
44
4.Meeting the Challenge
61
Part Two:
 A New
 
Balance
5. Developing the Curriculum
72
6.Teaching and Learning
101
7.Raising Standards
124
Part Three:
Beyond the School
8.Developing Partnerships
138
9. Funding and Resources
160
10.Training People
174
Part Four:
 A National Strategy
Looking Ahead
190
Detailed Recommendations
192
Appendices
A.Patterns of Provision
205
B.Abbreviations, Notes and References
221
C.Acknowledgements
228
D.Research and Consultations
229
 
Terms of Reference
Terms of ReferenceNACCCE report2
The National Advisory Committee on Creative and Cultural Education was establishedin February 1998 by the Secretary of State for Education and Employment, the Rt.Hon David Blunkett MP and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, theRt. Hon Chris Smith MP. Our terms of reference are:
To make recommendations to the Secretaries of State on the creative and cultural development of young people through formal and informal education: to take stock of current provision and to make proposals for  principles, policies and practice.
This report makes recommendations for provision in formal and informal education for young people to the age of 16: that is, to the end of compulsory education. Our inquiry coincides with the GovernmentÕs planned review of the National Curriculum.This report includes specific recommendations on the National Curriculum. It alsoincludes recommendations for a wider national strategy for creative and culturaleducation. 

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