Creative Partnership

Six Ways to Wellbeing

Turner Contemporary and Mandy Quy Verlander

SIX WAYS TO WELLBEING KENT PUBLIC HEALTH PILOT 2012 – 14
Partnership between Kent County Council Public Health, Royal Opera House Bridge and Artswork – delivered in six districts in Kent by arts and cultural partners working in consortia with libraries, healthy living centres and voluntary and community organisations: http://www.liveitwell.org.uk/ways-to-wellbeing/six-ways-to-wellbeing/

Aims and Objectives:

The Impact of Creative Partnerships on the Wellbeing of Children and Young People

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University of Cambridge

Authors: Ros McLellan, Maurice Galton, Susan Steward and Charlotte Page, University of Cambridge

This study aimed to explore how the Creative Partnerships programme had affected student wellbeing and the degree to which creative approaches had become embedded in areas of the curriculum other than those directly involving creative practitioners.

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Supported using public funding by the Arts Council England