Curiosity is, in my mind, the finest human quality. While many may argue that love is incomparable, here’s why I think curiosity wins.
Buildings and Learning Spaces
Every so often, the media jumps on a story about gifted children. Detailing their seemingly innate gifts and abilities, debating the parental challenges and questioning seemingly complicated journeys through ‘normal’ school-life. Imagine then a school dedicated completely to the teaching and learning of children, whose average IQ stands at 150. In March 1948, Life Magazine […]
Redbridge College in Essex, Greater London is a college offering extra courses for students working on their GCSEs, school leavers and full-time or part-time courses for working professionals or young adults. Located between Ilford and Romford, Redbridge claims to be in the top 15% of the colleges in the UK for vocational courses. The college […]
The oldest and the largest library in Dublin, Ireland is in Trinity College. Better known as the Long Room, the library houses the largest collection of books, with the legal deposit rights to every book published in the Republic of Ireland. Trinity College founded in 1592 is also the oldest university in Dublin. When the […]
Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA), previously known as Falmer High School opened to students in September 2010 in the east of the city of Brighton. However, it was not until September 2011 that the school moved into a new modern building built on the former school’s site, next to the existing building. In the one year […]
A New Chapter for a Pathfinder School Coming back from the Easter break isn’t just coming back to school as usual for students at Writhlington School… it’s coming back to a whole new school! In April 2010, students at Writhlington moved into their brand new school. Even though, the new school is just sited right […]