12 Aug 2018
How do young people engage in social action, and why? Our report explores what encourages young people to take action and why it is of benefit for them and their communities.
05 Dec 2012
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.
This is a case study of how junior school children helped re-brand Railworld in Peterborough
01 Dec 2012
An analysis of the impact of the Area Based Curriculum project in Peterborough, with questions for those seeking to develop and evaluate their own curricula.
This report describes the approach and the process as the RSA worked with five schools in Peterborough to create engaging learning experiences that draw on the locality, as part of a wider programme called Citizen Power.
01 Dec 2010
The case for the core business of schools — the curriculum — being co-created by teachers, young people, community members and local organisations.
This review of the literature maps social class inequality across educational sectors, and the various government and philanthropic initiatives that have sought to tackle the issue of social justice.
01 Dec 2009
'Our Manchester: Our Whalley Range' project witnessed year 7 students produce a documentary about the history of Manchester.
01 Nov 2009
Parklands School underwent a process of transition to become the Manchester Enterprise Academy, opening in September 2009 under the sponsorship of the nearby Manchester Airport.
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