Pembrokeshire Creative Practitioner Opportunity, Lead Creative Schools


Another new Lead Creative Schools opportunity to share with you, this time based in Monkton Priory Community Primary School, in Pembroke, South Pembrokeshire.

We’re seeking an imaginative and engaging Creative Practitioner, for a project to improve literacy standards in Year 4 and 5.


We want to create a project that will inspire pupils in new ways, and provide exciting opportunities for them to write at length. Through exploring the curriculum topic of the Romans, we want to collaborate with you on developing an immersive and engaging writing experience.

The ideal candidate will be a professional writer, performer or maker, with a flair for the visual and immersive, and a passion for exploring new ways of working.

The project will take place during the 2018 spring term (January to March / April 2018). It will run for approximately 10 weeks. The precise timeframe and number of sessions will be negotiated with the successful candidate.

The total budget for the project is approximately £4,000 for Practitioner delivery and planning fees (at a rate of £250 per full day) and reasonable travel and subsistence expenses. Additional funds are available for project-relevant materials.

Deadline for applications: 5pm, Wednesday 18th October.

Interviews will be held during the week beginning Monday 23rd October, at Monkton Priory Community Primary School, St Martin’s Road, Monkton, Pembroke SA71 4LS

The successful Creative Practitioner must be able to attend a two-day training session, taking place between 15th – 22nd November (unless they have already attended practitioner training, for a previous Lead Creative Schools project.)

For further details and to apply, please email me ( and School Coordinator and Head Teacher Mrs Shelley Morris ( and attach a copy of your CV.


Best wishes,



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