The School of Cultural Creativity provides programs for children whereby they learn through the creative process rather than the academic process.
Do you know any children who want or need this way into learning? Were you one yourself?
SoCC is a not-for-profit, for-purpose social enterprise, registered as a company limited by guarantee with ASIC, and registered as a charity with the ACNC, with
Unique in the way in which we operate, SoCC is democratically governed by the whole school community.
Our organisational structure is traditional though, and includes the students, their families, educators, volunteers, a working committee, and a board of directors.
Unlike traditional companies, our board of directors work from a grass-roots position, listening to and facilitating the needs of the students, families and educators, who inform, design and shape our programs, guided of course by the best global creative and democratic education principles and practices from around the world. It’s the board’s role to ensure their learning programs are adequately resourced and managed.