Fellows met at the Pilgrims Progress pub to compose a letter to Justine Greening, the new Education Secretary
Guest speaker – Rob Robson
Tim Brighouse Keynote event
Guest speaker – Stephen Lockyer
16th November – relaunch
We were delighted that so many were able to attend the Relaunch event on Monday 16th November to hear about what the Fellowship is all about, the opportunities it will provide and where it is going in the future.
Stuart Kime, from Evidenced Based Education (www.evidencebased.education) was our keynote speaker at the relaunch of the Fellowship into our full year. Stuart was inspirational and knowledgeable about being able to sustain the use of research in schools, how to build research into decision making and to not be afraid if results are not what you expect – these sometimes have more impact overall.
On the 13th October, a planning meeting was held for the hardy bunch who have decided that staying as a Fellow during this next year is a positive thing! Thank you for your belief in the Fellowship and for your enthusiasm in what we can achieve in 2015 – 2016. 20 of the 27 Fellows from last year attended.
The reading and questions : an article from a recent RSA newsletter 2015 on Creativity
Feedback from the discussion on Creativity
Outcomes of the focus area discussions