Category Archives: Health

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 »

5 reasons why schools should have an Edible Playground

By | March 6, 2018

Edible Playgrounds transform school grounds into vibrant teaching gardens, immersing children into a whole new world of growing and eating healthy, delicious food. With an edible playground at your school, your pupils will benefit from fun, engaging lessons that support the school curriculum, and get excited about their health. Here are five reasons why you should make sure your school is in with a chance of getting a fresh, immersive outdoor learning space.