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Find a Voice Not Read a Script: Looking for the Heart of English

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  • Education
  • Schools
  • Teaching

With Michael Boyd, Chris Meade, Roger Billing, Jenny Lubuska and Sue Horner

Michael Boyd, former artistic director of the RSC and Chris Meade, co-director of If:book join a conversation to explore the central principles which should drive English teaching in the 21st century.

With Roger Billing, headteacher, Abbots Langley Primary School and Jenny Lubuska, head of English, Hayes School

Chair: Sue Horner, leader in education and the arts and chair, RSA Academies Board.

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