Creativity

The ability to think creatively and develop new ideas.

 

Initially, it is about the students being confident in using their imaginations to create new ideas. Over time, the focus is on the students building a range of strategies that can support their creative thinking.

While there is some overlap with problem-solving, creative thinking does not presume a pre-defined problem.

Ultimately, by the time they leave school students should be confident when presented with the need to create new ideas or innovations, knowing a range of strategies and tools they can use to develop their ideas.

Resources for children (3-11)

 

Creativity Handbook

Download a practical handbook for teaching Creativity to children.

Download Posters

Download full-colour posters for the classroom, broken down by Key Stage.

Skills Builder Tool

Assess essential skills with Skills Builder

Enabling Enterprise

Find out about the Enabling Enterprise schools programme

Skills Builder Framework

Download the complete Skills Builder Framework

Buy the Book

Buy Tom Ravenscroft's new book, The Missing Piece: The Essential Skills that Education Forgot

 

Resources for young people (11-18)

Teach Enterprise has punchy ten minute videos to help build the essential skills with your young people. They work through a complete journey to achieve real mastery of the skills – and are completely free.

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Creativity Handbook

Download a practical handbook for teaching Creativity to young people.

Download Posters

Download full-colour posters for the classroom, broken down by Key Stage.

Skills Builder Tool

Assess essential skills with Skills Builder

Enabling Enterprise

Find out about the Enabling Enterprise schools programme

Skills Builder Framework

Download the complete Skills Builder Framework

Buy the Book

Buy Tom Ravenscroft's new book, The Missing Piece: The Essential Skills that Education Forgot