It could be said that one of the most contentious and certainly most pressured subjects in our schools, yet one of the most critical to our country, is that of creativity and the arts with much reported in the press of late around the decline in GCSE students and now a fall off in applications to teach art and DT.
Are we facing a Creativity Crisis? Why would HRH Prince Charles get involved? And what did the schools minister say and do?
Wow - well what a couple of weeks.
How a news report on the decline in arts education on the BBC echoed work we'd done around community engagement in schools in Luton and Liverpool and led to a new hashtag.
The Telegraph Festival of Education at Wellington College attracts an enviable line up of speakers from across the spectrum of educational thinking across two days 22/23 June.
We’re delighted to announce a fringe screening/discussion evening alongside it this year on Thursday 22nd June in a local school community to celebrate and discuss creativity in education, business and society.
A piece on the Radio 4's flagship show Front Row caught our ear a few weeks ago... sculpture... submarines made of old tyres... steam locomotives made of bricks... industry... engineering... stories of childhood growing up among factories, coal mines, docks... 20 tons of newspapers?