Author Archives: Paul
A report I worked on with colleagues at UWE reviewing learning from phase 1 of Golden Key, an 8 year initiative here in Bristol aimed at transforming services for those with multiple and complex needs. GK UWE Local Evaluation – … Continue reading
A report on the 80by18 project I worked on from 2012-2014. Great to see it being used by young people, schools and youth organisations in Bristol!
Exciting and inspiring stuff in Manchester last Thursday at the Co-operative Education Against the Crises conference, which was (very well) organised by James Duggan from the Education and Social Research Institute @ Man Met Uni, and by the Co-operative College. The day started with … Continue reading
…I don’t seem to have been updating this blog much! Though I have been writing the occasional guest post elsewhere, eg. 80 by 18: Reflections and ruminations The Learning Lives group are involved in a number of innovative research projects. … Continue reading
New year, new city, new job, new project… Just putting it out there. Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and share. “Growing up in a city like Bristol brings all sorts of opportunities and challenges. Doesn’t it? … Continue reading
Good session yesterday at the Association of Charitable Foundations conference, presenting with Jane Steele from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation the “major assessment of the impact of PHF’s funding since 2007″ which has been keeping us busy for much of the … Continue reading