Under the aspect of somebody's educational and cultural growth a key role is played by two factors: that of creativity and inventiveness and that of (self) entrepreneurship, meant as an ability to organise ideas and to find resources to give them a concreteness of result.
These two elements could be considered innate and already observable in the children (often the activity of playing contains both of them, especially in games with a strong connotation of socialisation), who, even if emulating the world of adults, are nevertheless able to develop original values and uncommon situations which constitute by themselves some results and products.
C.I.P.S. intends to promote, in primary and secondary junior schools, shared practices for the use of artistic and performing disciplines for the enhancement of creative and entrepreneurial. This, so that such practices contribute to the development of knowledge and expression of children / young people, their ability to organize ideas and find resources to give them a concrete result, to create interest in other symbolic universe, opening the way for the creation of a European identity.

CIPS will therefore contribute to the development of actions and strategies aimed to:
promote such spaces and approaches within the school system that can create class modules capable of communicating with rising systems of "creative buildings" and "creative factories";
offer a scientific and methodological contribution in order to improve educational "learning to learn" approaches in primary school;
stimulate and encourage the development of creative competences from a cross-cultural point of view and that of the ethic entrepreneurship and in favour of social aspect regarding the child;
experiment "pilot" operative forms (experimental courses, creative workshops) examples that can be transferred and replied;
involve families, taking particularly into account the families made up of migrates, extra-Europeans, into educational and training processes contributing in this way with values of creativity and culture.