When children in the UK return to school, the recommendations on social distancing will mean that a radical rethink of the education model is needed.  Theatre director Kate Golledge believes that the UK’s cultural institutions can play a vital role in a vibrant, post-lockdown education system.

(Originally published by Transition Liverpool)

When our schools reopen, it looks as though students will be split into small ‘bubbles’ , allocated to a specific staff member, in order to facilitate social distancing. The bubbles will attend school part-time, and learn from home part-time. JoinedUp is a scheme proposing to re-open our unused cultural institutions for the use of these ‘bubbles’ during the periods they aren’t at school, and create local programmes to alleviate the pressure on teachers, parents and the

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