The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education is seeking to understand the views of governors, head teachers and school leaders across England on the role of creativity and creative thinking in schools and how this is applied in learning. Complete the survey here.
This research will provide important evidence to influence policy, inform the Arts Council's next 10-year strategy and contribute to the Arts Council's work with children and young people, including the 25-year creative talent plan.
The Durham Commission is a collaboration between Arts Council England and Durham University that aims to identify ways in which creativity, and specifically creative thinking, can play a larger part in the lives of young people from birth to the age of 25, both in and beyond the current education system.
The survey is open from Thursday 4 October to Tuesday 13 November 2018.
Take the survey here.
For more details on the Durham Commission, visit www.dur.ac.uk/creativitycommission/.
If you have any queries about the project, email Joe Shaw at Arts Council England.
For any technical queries on the survey, contact the team at BritainThinks.
First published 03 October 2018