Learning and Trust – thoughts from research

Education is an exchange, but not a monetary one of the most circumstances. Instead of exchanging money, a symbolic representation of labour or work completed for goods, a student receives knowledge and skills in exchange for trust. It seems to me there is a direct relationship between the quantity of trust which an individual decides […]

1st National Baccalaureate workshop

 Yesterday, Rob Shadbolt, Head of Wood Green School, Witney, Oxfordshire, hosted the first ever National Baccalaureate workshop. Interested schools came together to discuss the practical implementation of the National Baccalaureate framework in their institutions. We learnt a lot. After a general explanation from Rob about how the National Baccalaureate for England has grown up over […]