Celebrating Our Creative Community: 11 by 11 Festival 2021

The 2021 Festival Partnership Project invites 11 by 11 Partner organisations and borough schools to work together on a digitally-delivered festival from 5-9 July 2021. Work may be extended to in-person delivery if official guidance has been updated by this point. Organisations were asked for their interest in Autumn 2020, but we will be offering options for lighter touch engagement with schools for those unable to work in a one on one capacity. Please see the briefing video and related documents for further information:

 Call for Festival Programme of activity and resources 

Call for Festival Programme of activity and resources 

Briefing Video: Meeting recording

Related Documents

PDF Festival Briefing Meeting Slides (hyperlink)

11 by 11 Festival 2021: Frequently Asked Questions

11 by 11 Festival 2021 Brief

Useful Information for Cultural Organisations working with Islington Schools

Updated Business advice for organisations in the creative and cultural sector 

Working with Schools during CV-19 - Points to note and FAQ for Cultural Organisations

  Working with Schools during CV-19_Points to note and FAQ for Cultural Organisations 

Risk Assessments

 
11 by 11 Cultural Organisations should carry out their own Risk Assessment specific to their activity, run in line with current School Risk Assessment and the 11 by 11 in School Activity Risk Assessment.

Updated guidance for Out of School providers, Autumn term 2020 

The government has updated its guidance on protective measures for holiday or after school clubs and other out of school settings. The guidance has been updated as follows:
  • to extend its applicability into the autumn school term
  • to make clear the position on group sizes and how providers can minimise the risk of children mixing outside their school bubbles
  • updated content on music and performing arts
  • additional content on educational visits
  • additional content on shared resources

OOS guidance update - Autumn 2020

Documents to guide a recovery curriculum for return to school, including resources for classroom practice to support, address and minimise the impact of COVID-19 on the school community.

Return and recovery curriculum

Recovery curriculum classroom resources

Staff training: ‘Return and recovery: supporting pupils’ mental health and wellbeing’ 

These training videos complement the Recovery Curriculum, addresses the impact of coronavirus on pupils’ mental health and looks at practical ways to promote positive mental health and resilience in the classroom. 

Secondary

Download the accompanying PDF:

Secondary staff training resource

As part of the training, on slide four you are invited to watch a video on mental health:

 

Primary

Download the accompanying PDF:

Primary staff training resource 

As part of the training, on slide four you are invited to watch a video on mental health:

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PDFYouth Employability and Skills Programme

PDFWorkshop for families

PDFWorkshop leaflet

PDFMusic Workshop for Young People