The Cultural Education Challenge is a call for the arts, culture and education sectors to work together in offering a consistent, and high quality, arts and cultural education for all children and young people. Through the Cultural Education Challenge the Arts Council wants to make sure that more children and young people can create, compose, and perform; visit, experience and participate in extraordinary work, and be able to know more, understand more, and review the experiences they’ve had.
The Cultural Education Challenge asks arts and cultural organisations, educational institutions and local authorities to come together to drive a joined-up arts and cultural offer locally, to share resources and bring about a more coherent, and visible delivery of cultural education through ‘cultural education partnerships’ (or CEPs).
20Twenty Productions is a member of a Cultural Education Partnership called Young Fenland Cultural Consortium. We are also the Program Managers for the Fenland consortium, we work with Thomas Clarkson Academy, Cromwell Community College, Neale-Wade Academy and Sir Harry Smith College. We also work in partnership with the locality youth team and other arts and cultural providers across Cambridgeshire. The Consortium is led by the Norfolk and Norwich Festival Bridge .