Exploring and cultivating the capabilities required to ensure business aims and practices contribute towards a regenerative economy.
Design for Life Building capabilities
Change starts with supporting people to learn and lead. At the heart of our Design for Life mission is the commitment to understand and unlock the confidence, capabilities and connections of children, learners and entrepreneurs of all ages. We want to help them reach their full potential in how they shape a regenerative world.
How are we achieving this?
Design for Life education network
Building movements that transform what, how and why new generations learn to shape a regenerative world.
Attend an event about our capabilities work
Fellowship events / Design for Life series
The Coffee House (RSA House) and Online via Zoom
Playful Green Planet aims to transform how children foster a connection to nature and community through creative outdoor play. Join us to hear about the journey to date, and hear about examples in action from Penny Hay FRSA (Professor of Imagination at Bath Spa University), and Sam Kendall (Education Manager at the Eden Project).
White Hart Hotel, St Austell, Cornwall PL25 4AT
Join Fellows in St Austell to hear more about our Playful Green Planet initiative for arts and nature in education that we are working on with the Eden Project.
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Rebecca Ford Alessandra Tombazzi Penny Hay
Our Playful green planet team summarises a ‘lunch and learn’ at RSA House that focused on how the influence of nature can benefit a child’s development.
Classical music is becoming a niche activity not helped by the fact that fewer and fewer state school pupils are learning to play orchestral instruments. It’s time to reassess our priorities, argues Ray Coyte.
Martin Wright reports back from our sessions on the regeneration of capabilities, social infrastructure and cities at Cornwall's ‘think fest’, Anthropy 2023.