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A stage fit for a king: “Our Theatre” performs at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Now we speak upon our cue, and our voice is imperialAct III, Scene 6 Last month, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse stage was filled with the action and emotion of Shakespeare's Henry V. Participants from "Our Theatre", a community project by Globe Education, performed their abridged version of the famous history play. This year, two mainstream … Continue reading A stage fit for a king: “Our Theatre” performs at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Learning from the past as we look to the future

"Adult education is a permanent, national necessity, an inseparable aspect of citizenship, and therefore should be both universal and lifelong."Final Report, Adult Education Committee, Ministry of Reconstruction, 1919 One hundred years ago, a milestone report was published that went on to form the foundations of our modern education system. The country was facing the huge … Continue reading Learning from the past as we look to the future

“Artis Bounce”: helping young people to strengthen their resilience

Last week, The Harris Foundation for Lifelong Learning held its annual dinner – a celebration of the work completed over the past year and a "thank you" to all those involved. Among the projects receiving support from the Harris Foundation is "Artis Bounce", run by the creative learning charity Artis. "Resilience is described as the … Continue reading “Artis Bounce”: helping young people to strengthen their resilience

Experts offer Brexit insights at RICS & CRE conference

With the Brexit deadline looming, experts gathered last month to examine some of the crucial issues facing the property industry. These included: How might Brexit impact the economy in the best and worst case scenarios? What legal issues might property professionals face? What are the challenges and opportunities for the real estate investment sector? An … Continue reading Experts offer Brexit insights at RICS & CRE conference