We are delighted to share our Standards and Qualities Report for session 2022 – 2023 which highlights the variety of high quality, exciting initiatives and opportunities which our service provides, across all of Glasgow City Council Primary and Secondary Schools. Since CREATE was established in 2016 our journey supporting all areas of Expressive Arts has been incredible. The commitment from our staff and young people is second to none, which helps make Glasgow CREATE the wonderful, forward thinking, creative and inspiring service it is today. The immense range of wonderful partnerships across many creative industries, theatres, museums, universities and colleges has allowed our children and young people to access wider opportunities and in many instances, support future career choices. We are committed to the power of the Expressive Arts in developing our children and young people’s health and well being, which is transferrable across all areas of the curriculum and helps to develop the young workforce. We are immensely proud of all our staff and young people and the strong, positive, lasting relationships are a real strength and are tangible across all aspects of our service.
Glasgow CREATE invites educators, parents, and the wider community to access the full report to gain a deeper understanding of the positive impact that expressive arts and creativity can have on the development of Glasgow’s children and young people.