Creative Schools & Communities
An arts education helps build academic skills and increase academic performance, while also providing alternate opportunities to reward the skills of children who learn differently'
Gavin Newson, Governor of California
Through the Creative Schools & Communities program, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts works in partnership with schools and communities across the Top End, creating custom-built arts residencies and education projects in remote, regional and urban settings.
Through community collaborations we create both short term projects and long term partnerships, responding to the diverse needs and energy of young people. Corrugated Iron provides a safe environment of inclusivity that supports educators, families and youth services resulting in meaningful artistic outcomes and experiences.
Benefits of Creativity
Learning Outcomes in Schools
A multi-disciplinary way of teaching the curriculum
Strengthening of student-teacher relationships
A new toolkit of teaching strategies for teachers
Academic achievements across all learning areas including literacy and numeracy
Increased capacity for risk taking through safe learning environments
Increased focus and positive learning behaviours
Improved motivation and engagement
Critical thinking and problem solving
Collaborative approach to learning
Sense of accomplishment and self achievement
Stronger social connections
Young people are encouraged to express their voice and have fun!
To find out more about how we can work with you and your school or class, please contact us on (08) 8948 3200 or email CSC@corrugatediron.org.au
Please note the links below are still being worked on...
Gunbalanya short film May 2019
This is a short film made by Nat Kelly of the mural being made in Gunbalanya.
This film was also shown as part of the NT Traveling Film festival in Gunbalanya.
Teaching artist Janie Andrews worked closely with young people at the West Arnhem sport and recreation hall to make the beautiful mural featured in this film come to life.
Thank you to all involved and the Gunbalanya community for making this project possible.