A programme helping secondary school and sixth form students put national curriculum subjects into a creative context is being hailed after helping schools access match funding from the North Tyneside Learning Trust (NTLT). Founded in 2008, This Is Creative Enterprise...
As recently featured in the North East Times, here's Sam Burt (Music mentor) and Megan Savage (TICE Intern) interviewed for the 'Supporting Role' article. Read the full article here: http://www.netimesmagazine.co.uk/supporting-role/          
TICE's Megan Savage, quoted in Newcastle Journal & Chronicle; "Megan Savage, 19, from Wallsend , says she agrees that many young people in the North East have narrow ideas about the sorts of jobs out there. Megan is currently working as...
An organisation specialising in programmes for young people aged 13+ to explore and develop skills within the creative and cultural industries across the North East region has been shortlisted for a national award. The This is Creative Enterprise (TICE)...
Students have showcased their creative creations at a special final show. Full Article Here: http://www.newsguardian.co.uk/news/local/pupils-showcase-creative-designs-1-8015664  More than 150 pupils from 14 north east schools marked reaching the Gold Stage of the TICE programme with an event at Newcastle’s Great North Museum. Among those taking part...
TICE Managing Director, Jennifer Barrett, featured in BDAILY. Check out the article below! North East digital network Digital Union held its yearly review at Wylam Brewery this week, bringing together region-wide talent to look back on a remarkable year for...
North East Mentoring Team Wins National Creative & Cultural Skills Award A North East organisation, This is Creative Enterprise (TICE), which supports young people who want to join the creative industry, won the Design Skills award at the national Creative...
Recent article in NARC Magazine showcasing the exclusive single from upcoming band, Mongeese. Two members have recently been involved in Generator‘s Ladders, featuring TICE as creative delivery partners for Music, Film/TV and Digital Media. Great to hear that the programme had a positive impact. We wish them the best...
Ladders has recently been mentioned in BDAILY: Speaking on the relaunch of the programme, Ladders Coordinator, Cal Kilpatrick said: “Young people deserve more support in making decisions about their careers. “Ladders is an opportunity for beneficiaries to test the water, developing...
Students have completed a volunteering qualification thanks to a partnership. Three-year project Culture Track was led by Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums (TWAM) with funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, delivered by This is Creative Enterprise (TICE).   Read the full...