Scotland’s Creative Learning Plan was first published in 2013, setting out a shared vision for the importance of creativity in education and as a result we have seen growth in a shared language and common understanding of creativity and creativity skills.
The Creative Scotland and Education Scotland Action Plan continues to bring that vision to life through tangible actions, especially given the impact of Covid-19 on children and young people.
The action plan contains 3-year outcomes committing to:
Creativity embedded in curriculum design
Learners’ mental health and wellbeing is improved
Learners confidently applying creativity skills in all contexts
Learners directly influencing their own creative learning
Quality cultural experiences accessible to all learners