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Webinar: Schools in England today - a Health Check

  • 05 May 2015
  • 4:00 PM
  • Zoom webinar


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On Tuesday 5 May, a few days before the Election, Professor Bill Lucas leads a discussion about what children should be learning at school.

What should an educated 19 year old be able to do and know? 

Drawing on the argument of his recent book with Guy Claxton - Educating Ruby: what children need to learn - Bill will argue that we have become too focused on tests and not left enough space for the development of character.

He will be joined by Mike Grenier of the Slow Education movement; James Stanforth, Head of Digital Education at Eton College's Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning; and Jonnie Noakes, Director of the Centre.

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