Our Creative Skills Core Programme is currently under development

Due to current circumstances, we are currently exploring how to nurture creativity in ELC in times of social distancin. We want to hear from you! Your responses will be used to help shape our programme of online delivery in 2020/21 to best support the ELC workforce.

Take our online survey

You can also see our online delivery below, Creative Chats, where we invite artists to share their work with the ELC workforce to connect and inspire new ideas. 

Creative Chats

Engaging 0-5s and Families during Social Distancing

 

Tuesday June 16th 2020, 4-5pm

Tuesday June 23rd 2020, 4-5pm

Tuesday June 30th 2020, 4-5pm

Tuesday July 7th 2020, 4-5pm

Tuesday July 14th 2020, 4-5pm

 

Starcatchers is hosting a series of online Creative Chats for the ELC workforce in Scotland, inviting artists to share their practice. You can join every week, or just pop in for one.

Join us, and artist Rebecca Fraser as she shares the progress of her project Move and Make which works directly with a neighbourhood in Glasgow to get them playing outside, creating and connecting with the outdoors and each other. Each chat will be a place for Rebecca to share stories, discusses the practical approaches she uses and provides a space for reflection, discussion and the seeding of new ideas.

Creative Chats

 

Imaginative Transitions during COVID-19

 

Monday June 29th 2020, 4-5pm

Monday July 13th 2020, 4-5pm

Monday July 27th 2020, 4-5pm

Monday August 10th 2020, 4-5pm

Monday August 24th 2020, 4-5pm

Starcatchers is hosting a series of online Creative Chats for the ELC workforce in Scotland, inviting artists to share their practice. You can join every week, or just pop in for one. Join us, and artist Amy Hall-Gibson as she gives an insight to Once Upon an Egg… her remote residency with Hill View Nursery focussing on transition back into the nursery for pre-school children. Each chat will be a place for Amy provide a space for reflection, discussion and inspiration for other ELC settings across Scotland who are interested in taking a more imaginative approach to transitions.