Category Archives: Enrichment

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 »

Resources from Every Child Should

Resources from Every Child Should
By | June 11, 2020

At Every Child Should one of the things we try to do is bring together research, great thinking and the real life experiences of school, communities and charities to help develop practice. We share this via blogs and newsletters and at our input into conferences and research. In response to requests we are pulling out some of this thinking into free downloadable resources.

Kids Adventure Books – Spark Their Imagination

Kids Adventure Books – Spark Their Imagination
By | June 8, 2020

It’s devastating to know that over 500,000 young people are missing out on their first residential this year. And as much as parents across the globe have taken on the task of home schooling, it’s safe to say that outdoor learning is going to be a part of the recovery for children and young people as we move back to a more ‘normal’ way of life. In the meantime though, it’s important that we engage them with colourful ideas for planning future adventures, connect them with wildlife and excite them with endless possibilities to explore the world around them.

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,