CrEd & Trinity College London in landmark collaboration for Africa

CrEd & Trinity College London in landmark collaboration for Africa

We are thrilled to announce the exciting collaboration between Creative Education (CrEd) International and Trinity College London, which was revealed during a vibrant CrEd Connect seminar weekend held in Nairobi in May, 2024.

Both organisations share a common goal of promoting the holistic development and communication skills using the performance arts as a learning tool, making this partnership a perfect match. Trinity and CrEd International both foster 21st Century Skills which include creativity, collaboration, communication skills and critical thinking.

Alex Thorp, Head of Centrally Coordinated Markets of Trinity College London said, “Our Relationship Agreement with CrEd International consolidates our commitment to make a positive difference in the lives of children throughout Africa and the world.”

The weekend was filled with great fun, sharing of ideas, and plenty of learning opportunities for all attendees. Participants had the chance to engage in interactive workshops, listen to inspiring speakers, and network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about education and child development.

This collaboration between CrEd International and Trinity College London will undoubtedly have a positive impact in the field of education throughout Africa and the world, as both organisations bring unique expertise to the table. Together, they will work towards empowering children to qualify and
reach their full potential to become confident and effective communicators.

CrEd’s diverse creative arts programmes holistically fit into the core components for assessment of Trinity College London. This makes this association really unique and beneficial for the educational advancement in the performance arts in Africa for both children, adults and educators.

Lisa Semple, CrEd Director says, “We are excited to see the incredible impact that this collaboration will have on the lives of all in Africa and around the world. Here’s to a bright future filled with endless possibilities for learning and growth!”