Since 2002 Alice Maddicott has been working on creative education projects in dozens of schools, museums and galleries at home and abroad.

Past and current clients include Bath Festivals, The Roman Baths, The Eden Project, The National Trust, Creative Partnerships, KEAP (Kernow Education Arts Partnership), 5x5x5=creativity, Somerset Art Works, The Friends of Coleridge Society, Halsway Manor National Centre for Folk Arts, The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, LONSAS (former London schools arts services) and The Peasant and Natural History Museums in Bucharest. In 2015 she was the resident writer for the learning and participation department of the Bath Literature Festival for whom she runs the Young Writers Lab and developed The Chancery of Lost and Found for the festival. She was a judge in the BANES final for the 2015 and 2016 Poetry By Heart competition and a workshop with Alice  was a prize in the Charles Causley children’s poetry competition. She also runs courses for home educated children and offers a one on one creative tutoring service.

Her approach to education is creative and child led, believing in an emotionally as well as intellectually safe environment where there is no wrong answer and children are encouraged to be as imaginative as possible. She has a special interests in outdoor and site-specific learning and has worked with forest schools, as well as everywhere from St Michael’s Mount, to empty shops, to city streets, to woodland and farms! She is always keen to hear from people in the creative education community and is happy to discuss tailor made workshops and interesting new commissions. Alice is also a bronze and silver arts award adviser.
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