How to Plan a Collaborative Project... in four easy steps
This short guide from the Share Academy aims to provide museum professionals and university academics with tips for planning a collaborative project across the sectors.
Materials from The Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event 25 October 2016
Materials from the Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event held at Winchester Discovery Centre on 25 October 2016.
Connecting with Culture
Connectingwithculture.com has been created by Artswork as a simple way for schools and children & young people’s organisations to connect with arts and culture. Connectingwithculture.com is for anyone who works with children & young people. Whether that be as a teacher, youth worker, youth justice team, lecturer, youth or education service this is the place for you to search, connect with and review arts & cultural organisations across the South East. If you are are a museum or an arts organisation you can register your organisation for free.
New curriculum pack for the environment
A new resource for those museums working with schools on environmental education.
Existing Trustee Recruitment Resources
If you are looking to recruit new Trustees to your Board, here are a few resources and links you may find useful.
Touring Exhibition Group - Economics of Touring Exhibitions Resources
Results of a two-year research and training programme, titled Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice, exploring the economics of touring exhibitions in the UK today
Share Academy has been researching, supporting and promoting partnership working between the Higher Education and Museums since 2012 with the support of Arts Council England. Share Academy reports, advice and guidance on museum and Higher Education collaborations can be downloaded at the Share Academy website.
Creative Communities Project Resources
The Connected Communities Projects have produced a wide variety of resources from reports to films. Many of these resources are available through the links on this page. Individual project websites are also a great place to look for resources and further information - you can access them through the Creative Communities Project Pages.
Beyond the Creative Campus: Reflections on the evolving relationship
This booklet summarises and critically reflects on discussions and ideas emerging from a two year research network project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) entitled “Beyond the Campus: Connecting Knowledge and Creative Practice Communities Across Higher Education and the Creative Economy”.
Connected Communities Heritage Network (CCHN)
Connected Communities Heritage Network (CCHN) is funded by the AHRC to provide a forum and support for both academics and community partners working on Connected Communities Heritage Projects. The network's website aims to help bring together information, news and contact details for anyone involved in heritage work to access.
Effective Management of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) from Museum Development Yorkshire
This is a copy of the resources and guidance published by Museum Development Yorkshire in December 2015.
Share Academy: Guidance on Planning and Managing Projects
This download from the Share Academy aims to provide museum professionals and university academics with guidance on how to project manage museum-Higher Education collaborations.
Share Academy: Guidance on developing a Memorandum of Understanding
This download from the Share Academy aims to provide museum professionals and university academics with guidance on how to develop a Memorandum of Understanding as a mutually beneficial agreement for museum-Higher Education collaborations.
Initiating Cross-Sector Partnerships... in four easy steps
This short guide from the Share Academy project aims to provide museum professionals and university academics with tips for initiating cross-sector partnerships.
How teachers find and use online resources
An Arts Council England report on 'How teachers find and use online resources' by Matt Locke, Chris Unitt & Eylan Ezekial www.Storythings.com.
Cultural Education Profile tool from Arts Council England
The Cultural Education Profile tool on the Arts Council England website is designed to provide organisations with easy access to a wide variety of data that will support thinking about local investment in culture and education for children and young people aged 0-19.
Partnerships for Learning: A Guide to Evaluating Arts Education Projects
Partnerships for Learning: A Guide to Evaluating Arts Education Projects. Developed by Felicity Wolf and published by Arts Council England. One of the resources collated and shared by the Hampshire Solent 'Audience Development' Peer Development Group.
Materials from Building Engagement: Creating a School Workshop
Materials from the Kent & Medway Building Engagement session, 'Creating a Schools Workshop' held on Tuesday 3rd February, 2015 at Maidstone Museum.
2014 Arts Award Supporter Starter Kit
Trinity College has launched this revised Starter Kit for organisations wanting to become Arts Award Supporters. There is also a new website aimed specifically at Arts Award Supporters.
Materials from The Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event 26 November 2014
Materials from the the Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event held at Winchester Discovery Centre on 26 November 2014.
Materials from The Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event 21 October 2015
Materials from the Hampshire Big Theme cross-cultural networking event held at Winchester Discovery Centre on 21 October 2015.
Materials from Building Engagement: Working with Schools
Materials from the Kent & Medway Building Engagement session, 'Working with Schools' held on Thursday 20th November, 2014 at Maidstone Museum.
Philosophy for Children - resources and links
Information about Philosophy for Children (P4C) as a learning tool for museums to use with schools and other community groups. P4C is being used successfully ny the Powell-Cotton Museum in Birchington, Kent.
Cultural Resources for Schools
A database of teaching resources for creative and cultural education. The materials collected here come from some of the nation’s finest arts organisations, museums and education specialists. They are designed to generate creative new ideas and inspire teachers of subjects at Key Stage 1 - 5 across the national curriculum.
New National Curriculum
A link to the new National Curriculum pages on the government's Department for Education website.
First World War teacher's planning resources
Resources and handouts from a teacher's networking and CPD day held at Dover Castle in November 2013 led by the South East Grid for Learning Associates.
Arts Award Guide 2013
A guide to the Arts Award scheme which is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England working with 10 regional Bridge organisations.
World Stories Final Report 2013
The Final Report of the World Stories South East project, run between November 2012-March 2013 and funded through ACE Strategy Support Fund.
Materials from Hampshire Solent 'UTILISE - energy, waste and water efficiency' sharing event
Materials from Hampshire Solent 'UTILISE - energy, waste and water efficiency' project sharing event held at Winchester's Military Museums on 27 March 2014.
Materials from Hampshire Solent 'Artsmark and Museums'
Materials from Hampshire Solent ''Artsmark and Museums' event held at St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery on 4 March 2014.
Materials from Hampshire Solent LAINet curriculum change meeting 29 April 2014
Materials from Hampshire Solent LAINet 'Curriculum change' meeting held at the SEARCH in Gosport on 29 April 2014.
Materials from Hampshire Solent LAINet 'Museums for All' seminar 29 September 2014
Materials from Hampshire Solent LAINet 'Museums for All' seminar held at Basing House on 29 September 2014.
Materials from Hampshire Solent 'Teaching History in Primary Schools' event
Materials from Hampshire Solent 'Teaching History in Primary Schools' event held at the Royal Armouries Museum Fort Nelson on 14 November 2013.
Working with Diverse Audiences - Engage
Pack designed for museum educators exploring how to work with diverse audiences
MLA Self-Assessment Checklist: Cultural Diversity
Self-assessment tool to help museums, libraries and archives to develop an understanding of their current practice and to encourage positive developments in relation to cultural diversity.
VisitEngland Market Research
VisitEngland publishes useful research into tourism and leisure markets that museums can use both to inform their planning and to provide evidence for advocacy and funding applications. Available reports cover a wide range of topics including: future domestic leisure trends, the impact of the economic downturn on tourism behaviour; visitor satisfaction; and the potential of the 'staycation' phenomenon.
MLA Access for All Toolkit
Self-assessment toolkit designed to enable organisations to develop effective strategies for examining current performance, identify areas for improvement and develop more accessible and inclusive policies and practices.
'Sounding out your heritage' best practice toolkit
Best practice toolkit to help care professionals and heritage educators understand the positive impact of informal heritage learning for the over 60s, including those with dementia, and show them how they can develop programmes of learning activity.