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North Tyneside Cultural Education Partnership


Education and arts organisations working together, enriching access to cultural opportunities for young people.

Image credit: Helix Arts

North Tyneside Cultural Education Partnership (NTCEP) brings together representatives from local education, arts and culture sectors, to support more children and young people to engage with, experience and develop their journey with high quality arts and culture across the borough.

The NTCEP member organisations aim to:

  • create opportunities for young people
  • support young people to be active participants in arts and culture
  • actively listen and respond to youth voice, as co-producers and decision-makers
  • advocate the importance of high quality arts and culture
  • enhance resilience, confidence and wellbeing of young people

NTCEP member organisations

  • Bigfoot Arts Education NE
  • Churchill Community College
  • Helix Arts
  • John Spence Community High School
  • North of Tyne Combined Authority
  • North Tyneside Council (Cultural Services)
  • North Tyneside Learning Trust
  • North Tyneside Libraries
  • North Tyneside Music Education Hub
  • Old Lowlight
  • Rockcliffe First School
  • SALTo Arts Productions
  • Seaton Delaval Hall
  • The Exchange
  • The Heritologists
  • Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
  • VODA
  • Wallsend Children’s Community

Call out: Cultural Futures

We are calling for young people and schools to uncover what’s on, or not, in our local cultural venues. Help us plan for a great cultural future for young people in North Tyneside.



Interested in getting involved? Get in touch to find out more: 

Joy Youngman

NTCEP Development Co-ordinator


For more information about North Tyneside CEP’s strategic aims and plans for the coming year please see the downloadable documents below. NTCEP key deliverables and progress is available to members.