More than 22,000 students across Western Australia are set to benefit from expanded creative learning curriculum through the State Government's Creative Learning Partnerships Program. Grants of up to $500,000 have been awarded to nine arts organisations and two schools, to support two-year creative learning programs for students in school years 2 to 9. The projects range from literature and visual art to theatre, music and digital creation, and will employ approximately 150 artists and creative practitioners. The program aims to provide enriched learning opportunities for students throughout the State by embedding creativity across the curriculum.
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