Current Projects & Partners
The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE)
I am NRCSE’s Creative Teaching and Learning Project Partner. The main aim of this project is to enable teachers in supplementary schools to adopt more creative approaches to their classroom practice. To watch the introductory film click here.
To watch part of my first training session with teachers in London, click here
National Drama (ND)
I regularly deliver online courses for National Drama, (the UK’s leading subject association for drama teachers and theatre educators). These courses are open to both ND members and non-members.
For course dates and further information click here https://www.patricebaldwin.net/national-drama/
Book via the National Drama website at https://www.nationaldrama.org.uk/
Recover, Recharge, Renew – Action Learning
From September 2022 until July 2023, I will be working as an Action Learning Facilitator with several Arts and Cultural organisations in the East of England. Funded by Arts Council England, I will be one of a team of trained facilitators, working through the Community Interest Company, ‘All Ways Making’. https://allwaysmaking.co.uk/
I deliver online courses for Learning Partnership. These courses are available to teachers from any school and free to teachers from partnership schools.
For course dates, further information and booking visit the Learning Partnership website. https://learningpartnership.uk/courses-events/?phase=&type=&subject=13&keywords=#2023-01
I deliver courses in Cardiff, for Collective Learning. Details of future courses will be posted here soon and on the Collective Learning website. https://www.collectivelearning.co.uk/presenters/patrice-baldwin/
I have made a training film about Drama Strategies, with Prospero Digital.
Access and stream it here (£5 for 28 days access). https://app.prospero.digital/library/undefined/gwtmvdr8r1ef09n61Jsh
For further information about my collaboration with Prospero Digital, click here https://academy.prospero.digital/blog-podcast/patrice-baldwin-on-drama-across-the-curriculum-and-using-prospero