At this month’s meetup we’ll be developing our ideas for addressing inequality in education and creating transitions to employment with input from Miranda Stearn from the Fitzwilliam Museum. Come and hear about work they’re doing across the University of Cambridge Museums to address inequality from babies and pre-schoolers, through to work experience and career opportunities for secondary school students.
We’ll also get an update on the RSA’s work with self-managed models of care like Buurtzorg, and there’ll be time to build on the conversations we’ve had on housing and the environment.
Please note that on 30 April, Fellows are warmly invited to a screening of a new film ‘H is for Harry’, produced by Jon McGoh FRSA, at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse. You can read more about the film, which links closely with our conversations on inequality in education, here. If you’d like to attend you can book a ticket here.
In May we are organising a special tour of the Eddington site to learn more about the origins of and strategy behind the development.
As always, our meetups are free to attend and open to Fellows, friends, and colleagues interested in supporting the work of the RSA. Refreshments will be available.
Please book your place using the link above.
Please find a map of Eddington attached here.
- If using GPS, please use the postal code of Sainsbury’s Eddington store of CB3 1ES.
- Disabled parking bays can be found at the top of Burkitt Lane, just behind the venue. From Huntingdon Road, follow Eddington Avenue and bearing right after the nursery, join Turing Way and drive up to the top of Burkitt Lane.
- All parking on the Eddington site (including disabled parking) requires registration via the Redde App. Parking is free from 6pm.
- Additional free parking is available at Madingley Road Park and Ride, a five minute walk
If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: email@example.com. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.
Location: University of Cambridge Postdoc Centre (Sanders Hall) , 105 Eddington Place, Cambridge, CB3 1AS