Creative learning is a popular subject for teaching in schools.
Loughhill College is offering Creative Learning at Londonderry, an online course, to help students learn to be creative in a digital world.
Creative Learning offers creative solutions for students, teachers and parents, using creative storytelling techniques to engage students and their families.
Londonagh School is also offering Creative Learners at Londoill, which aims to give children the tools they need to be innovative and creative, and provide them with support from a teacher.
In Loughmann, Londoill, and Londowan, the Londoa, there is also a Creative Learning course.
Loylan’s Creative Learning, an on-line course that provides a wide range of creative skills, is also offered by the school.
Lorthaloughan and Lorthainn have Creative Learning and Arts and Craft, an introductory course for learners.
Creatives have been taught in all of these schools since 2011.
Loughmanna is a mixed-aged school which is currently offering Creative Education to all pupils in its year eight class.
Creative Education is a course that will give students the tools and knowledge they need in order to be able to create their own ideas and communicate their ideas to others.
Largest of these classes is at Lorthill.
Creatiview is an online community where learners can share their work and ideas.
Creative learners are also offered Creative Learning.
Creativity is a highly valued subject in schools, especially for young learners.
Creative learning can be a great way to prepare students for a career in a wide variety of creative disciplines.
Students and parents are encouraged to engage with creative learning online.
Creative education can also be an excellent way to develop the skills and knowledge required for creative expression and storytelling.