A vision for the future of primary education - RSA

A vision for the future of primary education

Fellowship events

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Caper Book Shop, Oxford OX4 1RE

  • Education and learning

How can we maximise the early educational opportunities for the next generation, in order to be ready to face a very changed economic, societal and working environment?

Join us for a curated panel and participatory discussion around this subject, with contributions from the following speakers:

  • Professor Mick Waters, Director of Curriculum at the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (2005-2009)
  • - Bridget Knight, Values-based Education CEO and Primary Headteacher.

- Matt Lovegrove, Head of Education for Code Camp. He has 16 years experience in education, 12 years in primary, 3 years in secondary as Head of Computing and now works for a private education company, mainly improving educational opportunities.
- Kim Bohling, RSA Director of Research and Learning, leading on the RSA Third Benefit, and Playful Green Planet projects. She'll share thinking behind the RSA’s new mission, Design for Life, with insights into how our interventions for communities and education are shaping up, and how you can be involved.

This event will be hosted by the Fellow-led Oxford School of Thought, supported by RSA South East hosted at the brand new CAPER children’s bookshop in Oxford. Refreshments will be available too.

The event is free to attend and open to all, Fellows and non-Fellows. We hope you can join us!

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