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Cracks in the Curriculum #4: Sweet Rebellion

Cracks in the Curriculum #4: Sweet Rebellion

Online Ongoing

An education resource for teachers to rethink the ways we talk about colonialism and its legacy in schools.

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The School and the Neighbourhood: A Subverted Curriculum

The School and the Neighbourhood: A Subverted Curriculum

1 Jun 2016

A curriculum for use by teachers and students to bring their schools into conversation with their local area.

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Moving Up Microsite

Moving Up Microsite

1 Jun 2016

Tools to work with children to express and communicate their feelings about the transition from primary to secondary.

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Invisible Spaces of Parenthood: Shapes Kit

Invisible Spaces of Parenthood: Shapes Kit

30 Sep 2014

Shapes kits for nurseries and families, each featuring geometric shapes adapted from Fröbel’s 'Gifts'.

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The Perfect School? Classroom Game

The Perfect School? Classroom Game

1 May 2015

A classroom game which invites children and teachers to explore the transition from primary to secondary school.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Online Ongoing

A resource to help educators create space for conversations about race and racism.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Online Ongoing

A resource for English teachers to explore the potential of poetry to address diverse personal histories.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Online 1 Sep 2016

A research for educators to develop anti-sexist, LGBTQ+ positive and anti-racist Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

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Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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