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Creatives in Schools

Round 2 applications

Applications have closed for the second round of the Creatives in Schools programme. 374 schools and kura applied.

110 projects will be approved for implementation in 2021. Applicants will be advised if they have been successful or not in late November 2020. 

Applications for Round 3 will open in June 2021. 150 projects will be approved for implementation in 2022.

For Creatives: Creative professionals or artists can continue to submit an expression of interest for being involved in the programme. Their details will then be included in the Arts Online list of creatives, which schools and kura can use to identify potential partners.

About Creatives in Schools

The Creatives in Schools programme is delivered by the Ministry of Education in partnership with the Ministry for Culture and Heritage Te Manatū Taonga and Creative New Zealand.

The Ministry of Education invites schools and kura throughout New Zealand to apply for funding to deliver a new creative project in partnership with a professional artist or creative practitioner.

Schools, kura, and creative(s) will apply and plan a project together. If your proposal is successful, schools and kura will work with the creative to deliver the creative experience for students and ākonga, lasting from 8 to 20 weeks.

Schools and kura can either work with creatives from your community or select one or more creatives on the  Available creatives  page.

We encourage all creatives interested in participating in Creatives in Schools to complete an Expression of Interest with the Ministry, so that interested schools can find them on the Available creatives  page.

The creative learning experience will enhance the well-being of students and ākonga and develop their knowledge and skills in communication, collaboration, and creative thinking and practice. It will also raise their awareness of careers in the arts and creative sectors and benefit their preparedness for the future of work

Funding

Funding will allow 510 projects to take place in New Zealand schools and kura from 2020 to 2023.

Schools and creatives can jointly apply for up to $17,000 per project. The table below shows the funding allocation.

Allowance per project Description
$10,000 The creative's 100 contact hours cover time spent directly on the project with students and ākonga only. They do not include time spent on planning, preparation, induction, and training with teachers and kaiako. This time is covered by the overall creative fee of $10,000.
Up to $4,000 Reimbursement for the school(s) or kura, covering planning and liaison with the creative, teacher and kaiako release time, and monitoring and reporting on the project.
Up to $3,000 Reimbursement for the school(s) or kura for project materials and (if applicable) travel costs.

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For Creatives

For Schools and Kura

Available Creatives

FAQs

Tip Sheet for Creating a Strong Joint Proposal

Checklist for Submitting a Joint Proposal

Page last updated: 24 June 2020
Watch this space for future updates.

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