Michael Rosen is a poet, novelist and was Children’s Laureate (2007-09)
Videos & Audio
With Graeme Atherton, John Philpott, Ryan Wain, Peter Mitchell and Becky Francis
Engaging teachers in research contributes to the quality of teaching and learning outcomes. How can we enable more teachers in the UK to engage in research and enquiry?
This report advocates a new approach to Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education (SMSC) throughout the UK
This is a case study of Bishop Creighton Academy partnering with Peterborough Cathedral to construct a programme of work which complemented and enhanced the National Curriculum.
This is a case study of West Town Primary School and Peterborough Cathedral piloting a new approach to curriculum development.
Articles & Blogs
It was back in 2015 that I successfully pitched the social enterprise I’d founded, Swarm Apprenticeships, for an RSA Catalyst grant. I’d founded the venture in 2013 because I was angry that, even today, bright kids slip throug ...
12th March 2018
Darren Abrahams shares his journey to co-founding Crisis Classroom - a refugee education social enterprise - and invites you to join along for the ride as the team hit the road, sending trained educators around Europe this ...
20th December 2017
Prompted by attending the Institute of Education Public Debate on how to bridge the academic - vocational divide Alison Critchley explores whether a lack of empathy for 'other people's children' is part of the problem, and ...
26th October 2017
The Cities of Learning project has inspired thought-provoking discussion about how learning can make lives better. Here’s what we’ve heard
RSA Investigate-Ed is a series of investigations on key education issues. Speedier than a commission approach, but more in-depth than a traditional seminar, these investigations offer policymakers, practitioners and other ...
The RSA has received an award from the Comino Foundation to support a digital fabrication innovation strand over four years in and beyond our academies. The aim of the project is to transform students’ learning of design ...
The aim of an 'area-based curriculum' seems elegant in its simplicity: to enhance the educational experiences of young people.
In the face of increased pressure to improve schooling across the UK, we are working with schools, colleges and local authorities to help create a more coherent and unified system.
- Fellow Event
Tuesday 15th March 2016
Fab Lab, London
This session we will be joined by Prof. Trevor Marchand to discuss the high-order skills and intelligences involved in working with our hands.