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Inspiration Aspiration Partnership

Inspiration Aspiration Partnership is about arts, cultural organisations and schools working together to inspire creativity and increase aspiration by developing young people's pride in their local surroundings and resources.

The process has involved bringing the young people into contact with inspirational, professional writers, artists and local cultural amenities and of course vice versa. The project methodology was developed by Daisi and 4 Devon learning communities between 2006 and 2008, with 1600 young people, teachers, artists and cultural organisation staff taking part. The project shows overwhelmingly positive impact for participants across all five activity areas of the Every Child Matters Agenda and the project partners' desired outcomes:

  • Raising aspiration and broadening horizons
  • Inspiring pride in locality and community
  • Learning to work together
  • Increasing creativity
  • Increasing literacy

Inspiration Aspiration Partnership 2006


For further information download the Inspiration Aspiration Partnership Project Report (March 2007) measuring impact against the Every Child Matters agenda. Full evaluation reports for the pilot project Phase 1 (2006-7) and Phase 2 (2007-8) are also available below.

An extract from the Inspiration Aspiration Partnershp film (2006) can be watched here.




Attachments:
FileDescriptionFile size
Download this file (IAP Newton Abbot Our Sense of Place.pdf)IAP Our Sense of Place ReportOur Sense of Place Evaluation Report1253 Kb
Download this file (Inspiration Aspiration Partnership 2007-8 Evaluation Report.pdf)IAP Phase 2 Evaluation ReportIAP Phase 2 Evaluation Report1116 Kb
Download this file (IAP Phase 1 Evaluation Report.pdf)IAP Phase 1 Evaluation Report.pdfIAP Phase 1 evaluation report2363 Kb
Download this file (Inspiration Aspiration Partnership DAISI2007.pdf)Inspiration Aspiration Partnership DAISI2007.pdfIAP report pdf1679 Kb