Dr Brenda Watson FRSA argues that the reality does not connect well with Matthew Taylor's four key reforms to education and suggests what can be done.
Articles & Blogs
Patrice Baldwin FRSA considers the combined, destructive impact that the new EBacc, Academies programme, national assessments and ‘national’ curriculum are having on the teaching of arts in English schools. She shares her ...
Jay Allnutt FRSA responds to the RSA ANZ blogging challenge, hosted in collaboration with 92Y as part of the Seven Days of Genius Festival. Jay tackles the issue of the digital divide and calls for technology to play a transfo ...
Petra Štefanková reflects on a collaborative drawing session she hosted at József Szinnyei Library in Komárno, Slovakia with children aged 6 to 14. This event was hosted in conjunction with 92Y as part of the Seven Days of ...
Why is it challenging for schools to offer flexible arrangements when that is what increasing numbers of us desire?
Last week to coincide with Children’s Mental Health Week the RSA Academies launched a new creative project in partnership with the Helen Storey Foundation and RSA Design Network.
12th February 2018
In 1783, in order to improve the country's education, the Society offered its gold medal to any schoolmaster within thirty miles of London who within three years could teach boys to speak Latin fluently.
How can educators develop pupils' social skills while creating an inclusive environment for students who struggle with peer interaction?
In the wake of RSA’s launch of the Ideal School Exhibition, FRSA Bill Lucas outlines what is meant by creativity in education and some progress in evidence and application.
27th September 2017
After recently celebrating five years of Driving Ambition in Banbury, this Fellow-led group continues to have a solid and valuable presence in the community.