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NCLB awards #InnovativeEducation

#InnovativeEducation

The #InnovativeEducation category celebrates projects, schools and organisations that are taking a different approach to children and young people’s learning, implementing restorative practices, taking school out of the classroom or learning through play.

#InnovativeEducation finalists

Finalists

Gloucester Road Primary School and Nursery

Gloucester Road Primary School have been trailblazers in their implementation of relationship-led practice and restorative practice, with both staff and pupils leading the community in developing new peaceful problem solving skills and building strong relationships.

Children’s Craft and Creativity

Gloucestershire Libraries saw the need to make learning fun and accessible in the wake of school closures and educational barriers which left children playing ‘catch up’, such as digital exclusion. All activities were free and open to all to give families the chance to tackle social isolation.

St Pauls Music Club

Recognising that not all learning and development happens in the classroom St Pauls Music Club, run by Cheltenham Borough Homes and The Music Works, supported young people through ‘musically inclusive practice’, which uses creativity to empower young people to improve their own lives and effect wider change

Holiday at Home

This summer The Cornerstone Centre, based in the heart of Whaddon, once again welcomed us to ‘travel the world’ from the comfort of home. With different themes every week, families were invited to participate in activities and food from different countries and cultures around the world.

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