We are passionate about this, and especially working with young people and children from ‘non-traditional’ backgrounds who often don’t have the same access to creative activities as their peers. It is vital that they do have this access, to help diversify the world of architecture, and so that our future cities reflect the people they are designed for.
We Work with industry, to highlight the decline of creative subjects at state schools which will result directly in fewer young people entering creative career pathways, and especially those from ‘non-traditional’ backgrounds.
We Communicate to schools, the importance of and need for creative subjects at GCSE and A level for built environment career pathways.
We Promote, the importance of learning through creativity.