Creative Malaysia, August 2016: Blog 1

9th Aug 2016Blog, News

After a successful pilot programme with Malaysia’s Learning Adventure Resource Network in 2015, I was delighted to be asked back to Petaling Jaya in the summer of 2016 to represent as creatives again. This second programme was to see five days of creative learning workshops, exploring maths, literacy, science and history, with a group of … Read More

Children’s Book Week – School Workshops

1st Jun 2016News, School Workshops

Children’s Book Week is the annual celebration of books for young people and the joy of reading. Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. Every year, commemorative events are held nationwide at schools, libraries, bookstores, homes, wherever young readers and books connect! If you are looking for ways to … Read More

Creative Malaysia – Time to Reflect: Blog 5

10th Apr 2015News

This evening marked the end of the “official” side of my trip to Malaysia – so I’ve now got two days to take in the local sights (and tastes) before I fly back to the UK. Although I got to do some of that today anyway, as Cassandra kindly helped me achieve some of the … Read More

Creative Malaysia – A Day of CSI Maths and Lotus Buns: Blog 2

7th Apr 2015Blog, News

Was it the complexion? The linen suit? Or some hitherto unnoticed resemblance to Vladimir Putin? Whatever the reason, I was mistaken for a Russian three times this morning. The fact that I can say “Hello” in Russian didn’t help – because my new found friends then expected me to continue in the language … My … Read More

Creative Malaysia – Blog 1

7th Apr 2015Blog, News

Every cloud has a silvery lining, they say – so although a delayed flight at Manchester meant that I’d eventually get in to Kuala Lumpur three hours later than planned, it had the advantage of putting me on a direct transfer at Heathrow. And this meant that I no longer had to change at Bangkok … Read More

Case Study: Creative Approaches to Conferences

12th Mar 2015Case Studies, News

We have a great track record in designing and delivering conferences that take creative approaches to sharing experiences and extending learning – conferences that engage delegates as active participants rather than as passive consumers. In the past, these have included conferences for teachers (KS4 in Context), young people (My Space, Our Space) and cultural organisations … Read More