Category Archives: access

Assessing School Impact on Vulnerability

Assessing School Impact on Vulnerability
By | June 30, 2020

Not just for the pandemic My career history has been in the charity and community sector delivering approaches to build capacity in communities considered ‘vulnerable’. Vulnerability – and often associated terms such as disadvantage and resilience – have their challenges… Read More »

A Free Pass for Families

A Free Pass for Families
By | October 22, 2019

I love the National Trust. Kids ran riot in several of their properties over the summer (sorry). And I was struck by their inclusion in this pretty sensible list of money saving tips for children’s holiday adventures. Indeed, National Trust… Read More »

Schools Week: Is the battle for SEND inclusion won?

Schools Week: Is the battle for SEND inclusion won?
By | January 2, 2018

The strength of consortiums in affecting change is a core principle of Every Child Should. As is the belief that all children should be included in all aspects of education. In her recent piece for Schools Week Anita Kerwin-Nye talks about the change affected by Whole School SEND in the battle for inclusion.

Journal of Education in Museums – No. 38 (2017)

Journal of Education in Museums – No. 38 (2017)
By | February 12, 2017

Enrichment or Entitlement? How can museums work with schools to ensure that all children benefit form the transformative nature of museum learning?
The Journal of Education in Museums (JEM) is published annually. The current issue is only available to members of GEM,