Category Archives: Culture

Passport: an entitlement to enrichment

By | November 27, 2018

An entitlement to enrichment and the extra-curricular underpins much of our work. The notion of ‘passports’ as a method of prompting and supporting a broad range of experiences is a familiar approach. London Challenge – held up as one of… Read More »

Do you want the good news…..?

By | August 19, 2018

At face value it has been an encouraging two months in policy terms for those of us interested in a rich and rounded curriculum. Much ‘good news’. The OFSTED ‘leak’  in last week’s Sunday Times (for leak read ‘testing the… Read More »

Flamingo 50 (the results)

By | June 11, 2018

This list was compiled by attendees at the Cambridgeshire Education Festival 2018. For the background http://everychildshould.uk/flamingo-50/ Attendees were asked about an entitlement of experiences and enrichment activity for every young person. To form a ‘passport’ for every child to adulthood.… Read More »

Has the extra in extracurricular become exclusive?

By | March 20, 2018

Evidence shows that extra curricula activities make a difference for children and young people, but what happens when the extra-curricular is actually addressing gaps in the curriculum. One of the underpinning principles of Every Child Should is that those who need the skills and experiences of extra-curricular and enrichment activities are often those that have least access.