Creative Generation teaching staff success stories
Find examples of effective approaches to enhancing provision for learners who are gifted and talented in dance or art and design.
The success stories, originally available on the Creative Generation website, are listed below with short descriptive summaries.
Dance performance club
This success story describes a long-term, mixed ability project in dance performance, supported by the New Opportunities Fund (NOF).
Criteria for identifying talented dancers
This success story describes a long-term, joint project for the talented in dance performance involving Laban's Education and Community Programme (ECP) and the Excellence in Cities (EiC) Gifted and Talented primary coordinator for Lewisham.
Enrichment in art and design
This success story outlines how pupils who are gifted and talented pupils in art and design are identified and the specialist provision that is made for them.
Learn how a dance performance project provided talented pupils with the opportunity to work with like-minded, more able students who all shared high expectations.
Read how a joint project identified children talented in dance performance, supported teachers in their work, and organised continuing experiences once children's expectations were raised.
Read how a school identified pupils exceptionally able in art and design, and used an enrichment programme to help pupils achieve their potential. This is part of a set of resources for teachers of gifted and talented learners.