Sharon Hodgson MP

Sharon Hodgson MP talks about access to the arts away from the classroom

Sharon Hodgson, Labour MP and chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Art, Craft & Design in Education and access to arts and culture outside the classroom.

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Access for all

Education leader Anita Kerwin-Nye offers advice for teachers planning school trips with mental health and wellbeing in mind. 

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A path to greater inclusion

Dr Matt Overd on the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto and making arts, culture and heritage accessible for all.

Russell Slatford

Don’t let Brexit affect school trips

Russell Slatford, head teacher of Bournemouth Collegiate Senior School, on why the B-word shouldn’t put you off travelling.

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Recognising champion schools and champion teachers

Kim Somerville, chief executive officer of CLOtC, on how you can embed learning outside the classroom across your whole school using an awards framework that gets your school the recognition it deserves. 

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10 ways to make LOtC visits part of your every day

Kim Somerville, chief executive for the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC), shares some top tips to make sure your next school trip works for everyone, all of the time.  

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Interview: Jacqui O’Hanlon, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s director of education on ‘cultural capital’

Jacqui O’Hanlon, the director of education at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and the chair of the Cultural Learning Alliance on lack of cultural capital among children and why live theatre is more important than ever.

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Pupils can learn from residential experiences

The inspiration for children’s creativity is often surprising.

Building confidence

You’re already building character but…

STO Editor Keeley Rodgers on interviewing the Education Secretary and having your say.