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03 Mar 2021
Two US-based Fellows are developing a community of practice for participatory reviews of university campus safety.
20 Jan 2021
Led by Claudia Brewster FRSA, Interior Design students at The University of the West of England are keen to offer their assistance to creative companies who could benefit from an extra set of skilled hands.
12 Jan 2021
The Climate Action Project launched late 2020 by Koen Timmers FRSA, in collaboration with WWF and supported by UNEP and NASA. Connecting with 2.6 million students and teachers across 136 countries, the project aims to change students' behaviour and society's mindset through education.
02 Dec 2020
Zahra Davidson FRSA co-founded a lifelong learning start-up that continues to grow.
16 Aug 2020
What could a reimagined curriculum look like? RSA Scotland brought together educationalists, education leaders and academics to consider CfE.2.
10 Feb 2020
On Monday 9th March, the William Shipley Group are visiting the V&A Prints Department to explore their lithography collection, including work by artists who were Fellows of the RSA.
15 Jan 2020
Wanted: Creative Social Entrepreneurs!
£50,000 prize fund. £100,000 worth of business support. 5 winners.
06 Jan 2020
Students are increasingly looking to study subjects that have relevance in ‘the real world’. Meanwhile uptake of MFL at UK schools and universities is plummeting. So why are we still framing the benefits of language-learning as purely communicative?
26 Nov 2019
‘’Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.’’ – Edgar Degas
On Tuesday 26 November, selected artists will put down their traditional mediums in order to weave the audience intellectual pictures. You won't want to miss a fantastic line-up of storytellers at the next Berwick PechaKucha event at Radio Rooms in Tweedmouth.
29 Oct 2019
Read the report from RSA Cambridge on Inequality in Education and the Transition to Employment.
The RSA Inequality in Education Network aims to provide high quality presenters from the education or political worlds and use them to lead discussion on an aspect of the drivers of unequal outcomes in education in England.
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