The Conservatoire will pursue Conservatoire Degrees to enhance the learning and teaching offered by schools and, by so doing, will express its confidence in the quality of its programmes to the external world. It will create and support opportunities to stretch the possibilities of conservatoire-level training and enhance the experience of students. It will provide routes into professional training for young people and support staff as teachers and managers. Finally, it will enable research and enterprise within the schools.
The Conservatoire will build increasingly dynamic relationships with its industries, nationally and internationally, and communicate more strongly the public benefit of specialist conservatoires.
The Conservatoire will secure the necessary funding from government to meet its aims, along with funds from its student body and the schools’ enterprise and fundraising activities. Through improved resources, it will deliver the highest quality intensive education and training. To focus its activities to meet these strategic aims, it will review its governance and management structures (and the associated overheads) to ensure that they are fit for purpose and future proof.
The Conservatoire is a creative organisation and will harness its collective creativity to make something happen that inspires students and young people beyond the everyday.