I am posting this on behalf of a museum in West Sussex who have been asked to write a Learning Policy as part of their District Councilís Cultural Services Learning Policy. They are a bit concerned that writing a policy to fit in with such a wide agenda will prevent their own policy being realistic and achievable (worrying that it might just become a paper exercise).
Has any other museum been in a similar situation? I would really like to hear from you if you have any words of wisdom regarding how you tackled this predicament (did you find a way of maintaining your integrity within a wider policy? Or did you find a way around it?).
Any advice, anecdotes will be most gratefully received.
Museum Education Co-ordinator
c/o Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
T: 01903 221178
F: 01903 236277
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