Ways of Working – Alternative & Radical Education in Schools

An afternoon of talks and discussion

Join artists, teachers and activists in a discussion that looks at histories of radical educational journals from 1970’s and 1980’s, and discusses their influence and the problems and usefulness of alternative methods of working in schools today.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck, the Radical Education Forum

Leanne Turvey, Tate Modern Schools Programme and freelance Curator

Jo Norcup, Honorary research fellow at Glasgow University and founder of Geography Workshop

This event is part of The Rich as a Minority Group project, by artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck in collaboration with GSCE Sociology students from Little Ilford School, Manor Park, Newham.

The event is free, but booking is required as there are limited places. Book here. Refreshments will be served. Older children and young adults welcome.

 

Photo Credit Zoe Tynan-Campbell