Articulate Cultural Trust was established in 2017 to make sure children with care experience can have a positive childhood. Our purpose is to improve the lives of the young people by scaffolding their innate curiosity and creativity. We provide direct support through the arts for well-being, to build skills and give a voice and platform to children and young people in and those who have left care and who share our vision, mission and passion for creativity as a tool for social, educational, and economic health.
INTRODUCING THE HUB
Articulate is now in the position to accelerate plans for a digital creative learning platform at the crossroads
between the arts, social and emotional learning, culture and the experience of care in Scotland. With two-year concentrated effort, we aim to-create a safe online space for young people to stay connected, be creative and act collaboratively.
Our platform, called The Hub, will filter and centralise the creative learning offering from Articulate and other quality sources around the world, and from both specialist and generalist providers. It’s design and delivery will support the creativity, well-being, employability and enterprise potential as well as personal and professional development of care experienced young people.
The development of The Hub at Articulate is supported by The Promise Partnership’s Keep the Promise Fund (administered by The Corra Foundation), as such is supported by and must reference and be guided by the Scottish Approach to Service Design.
Our goal is to promote the confidence and potential of care experienced children and young people through meaningful and progressive creative learning activities, aiding the development of practical, social and life skills and their ability to progress in line with their skills, interests and ambitions.
To lead the creation, installation and evolution of a new creative learning curriculum, available online via Articulate’s bespoke digital platform called The Hub.
The postholder must be able to realise our ambition for The Hub and establish new partnerships, high quality, engaging educational content and provision as well as flexible schemes for progression, achievement and attainment.
The new curriculum will be a positive online creative learning experience and environment and lead to better outcomes for learning and for life for care experience young Scots.
The postholder will ensure quality assurance processes are embedded within The Hub and curriculum design, and all subsequent developments, delivery and evaluation. They will provide hands-on support to partners, colleagues and facilitators, devising advice and training to ensure first-class digital and learning/teaching skills are entrenched from the outset of this new initiative at Articulate.
To find out more, please download the Job Description below.