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Hey, at SoCC  we empower kids’ creativity & uplift creative adults!

The School of Cultural Creativity empowers children (and adults) who prefer a creative education to learn, grow, and achieve in light of who they are.

Our community experiences the best of creative education on farming environments in the Yarra Valley, Victoria.

We are a not-for-profit, for-purpose social enterprise, and a registered charity.

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SoCC  is Unique!

  • learning through the creative process
  • democratic… everyone governs, designs, and shapes SoCC
  • inquiry through projects, collaborative, and studio work
  • self-directed learning
  • multi-age classes
  • facilitates the Australian curriculum
  • integrates social and ecological enterprises
  • local, national, and international community engagement
  • best global creative education principles and practices
  • a creative, contemporary and visionary learning community

The Latest Events!

Information session
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Information Session

Can we help you? Do you have any questions about our current programs, organisation, or the new creative primary school?

If you are:

  • a parent looking for an alternative,
  • an educator or artist, therapist, scientist or entrepreneur interested in participating,
  • a helper wanting to help us create this vision, or
  • a community member concerned or curious,

we invite you to come and chat and listen to our broader community’s response to our work… and bring all of your questions… from the simplest to the trickiest.

Wednesday 18th April,  7.30pm – 9.30pm at SoCC, 6 Rainy Hill Rd, Cockatoo.

What's the Difference
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‘What’s the Difference?’ between schools in Australia?

An increasingly wide range of educational options exist in Australia. We may be the lucky country, but with options comes confusion. It can be extremely difficult for an educator to understand various curricula and pedagogies yet alone explain how theirs is different, and it can also be hard for parents to make decisions between these schools of thought for the benefits of their children.

In this first-of-kind, full-day program, we will understand the differences, and similarities, of our Australian schools from practicing educators representing:

  • academic education (mainstream)
  • creative education
  • Steiner education
  • Montessori education
  • nature education, and
  • home-schooling education

This is a free event! All we ask is you please bring a plate to share for lunch, such as a small salad.

Monday 26th March, 9.30am – 3pm at SoCC in Cockatoo.

(This event was being held on Monday 26th Feb but is postponed to March as two presenters are no longer available.)

Programs

School of Cultural Creativity Farm School
School of Cultural Creativity Circle Club
School of Cultural Creativity The Tribe
SoCC primary school
School of Cultural Creativity Zentience program
School of Cultural Creativity Cultural Creatives Group

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