Over the past 15 years we have worked with museums, charities, businesses, social enterprises and community groups.
We apply the same attention to detail and grounded approaches with the third sector as we do with our schools.
We listen, discuss and co-create.
Organisations we have worked with...
Using enquiry-led approaches, we wrote and designed a suite of activities enabling young people and teachers to delve behind the scenes of this historic building and legacy. Activities were made available in January 2020.
We wrote and illustrated all pre and post visit materials to enhance on-site sessions nationwide. The aim was to maximise visit for teachers through engaging and simply to use activities and resources, published June 2019.
Having created and tested the concept of the Bristol Bordeaux Partnership leanrign resources, using our States of Being approach to developing subject knowldge, we are noe creating similar packs for Oporto and Guangzou.
80 by 18Put simply. 80 by 18 is a list, written by the people of Bristol, of 80 things young people might do in the city before they’re 18 to help them thrive and survive in a changing world. It’s a set of prompts for the imagination. It’s a challenge. It’s an adventure offered by the city.
National & International Publications
We continue to be named Leadership and Learning Consultants for the British Council worldwide in over 20 countries. We have consulted to governments in Bangladesh and Colombia, led social change projects on the ground in Sri Lanka and Uganda and have trained school leaders in Indonesia and Jamaica.
HE STEM & public engagement
Creating a guide for HE setting to enhance their public engagement with schools, we facilitated seminars in universities across the UK from Newcastle to Northampton to empower departments to better designed offers more suited to schools wants and needs.
Natural Connections Demonstration Project
As Hub Leaders for Bristol and North Somerset, we led the 'taking learning outdoors' movement which still exists to the is day including legacies as Wild Time Learning (see above) and Learning Everywhere (also above).
Article in Primary History (2009)
Article in Primary History (2012)
Case Study, University of Bradford (2015)