"Over the last couple of years of austerity I think the demonisation of the old has increased - and I can see why although I don't agree with it. How can we add to a more unified society, where we can appreciate the contributions of all ages?…"
"i am very interested in this. at least since the Bullock report some educators have recognised the importance of adult time for children to be successful in achieving their potential. Eric Hawkins in 1984 even talks about how this precious adult…"
I produce Children's Education materials mainly for the BBC. I am co-director of a small media production company and my lifelong interest is in education for all. I taught English at Castleford technology College from 1983-89 then joined the BBC Schools TV department. I was the Commissioner for Learning 3-19 from 2000-2006. I left to return to Yorkshire, worked as a sub-editort on the local paper and set up Turmeric Media in 2008
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