Jo Stansfield’s blog on Discussions at the Houses of Parliament about primary STEM education

Curiosity-led learning: For the benefit of children and our future workforce

“Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure to attend a discussion hosted at the Houses of Parliament, led by the inspirational founder of The Curiosity Box, Renee Watson with guest speaker Dame Julia Cleverdon, Chair of the National Literacy Trust and Vice Patron of Teach First. The subject, Curiosity-led learning: transforming primary STEM education by putting the child at the centre of a connected community.”

Read the full blog here:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/curiosity-led-learning-benefit-children-our-future-jo-stansfield/

Many thanks to all the BCSWomen who armed me with ideas and information in preparation.

Contributed by Jo Stansfield