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Adventures in Learning: “all children deserve education which champions their inborn curiosity, intelligence & creativity”

Clay Forest 2018 Photo Paolo Ferla smClay Forest 2018: House of Imagination

An invitation to explore an education of co-enquiry, humanity and relationship, from Directors of Sightlines Initiative, Robin Duckett and Liz Elders alongside Dr Penny Hay, Director of Research, House of Imagination, Research Fellow and Reader in Creative Teaching and Learning at Bath Spa University.

Our organisations are grounded in the awareness of the potentials of all children as innately creative, ready and eager to explore and make sense of the world. They have the right to expect an education which recognises that.

In the spirit of opening doorways for interest, we will be presenting examples from our portfolios which illustrate how we are working to demonstrate ‘environments of enquiry’ and how we can co-construct an education based on these principles, rather than from the dominant performance-led agenda of treating children as empty vessels to be instructed and tested.

There will be opportunities for reflection and discussion as part of the one-hour session.

Dates, Details & Booking

Date Thursday 9th July 2020
Cut off date Thursday 9th July 2020
Price £35
Presenters Robin Duckett, Dr Penny Hay, Elizabeth Elders
Times 4 - 5pm
Location/Map online

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