Forthcoming events

11th November 2011 at 00:00

16 November (London)

Whose curriculum is it anyway?

Stanley Park High School, 2.30-6.30pm

Organised by Whole Education, this event will explore Stanley Park High School's warts-and-all journey to becoming a "human-scale school". Attendees will also hear from, and discuss matters with, peers from Learning Futures, Sports Leaders UK, Channel 4, the Co-operative College, SkillForce, the National Literacy Trust, Speakers Trust and Iris Connect. (Free)

To book, email elizabeth@wholeeducation.org

17 November (Durham)

Whose curriculum is it anyway?

Middlestone Moor Primary School, 2-6pm

The school will share its ongoing journey to provide all children with a "whole education" at this event organised by Whole Education. Attendees will also learn from brief presentations by peers in secondary schools who have developed a range of "whole education" approaches. (Free)

To book, email elizabeth@wholeeducation.org.

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