“Tested for Learning” : Malcolm Richards at the National Education Union (NUT) Annual Conference ’18.
“Building Our Own Future” : Malcolm Richards at the National Education Union’s first Black Teachers Conference ’17.
“Black History Month ’17” : The Road School at Crediton Community Bookshop, Devon
“Rebel Music Time Machine” : The Road School at Camp Bestival!
If you are landing, come see ‘How Music Changed The World’. Expect serious music, social and political movement.
Lulworth Castle, Dorset – 27 – 30 July 2017, see programme for details.
Tickets available at https://www.ticketline.co.uk/camp-bestival#tour
ANTI UNIVERSITY 2017
The Road School: Claiming spaces and places for education
Host: Malcolm Richards
Venue: Outside the Streatham Campus library, University of Exeter, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4PY
Date: Monday 12 June 2017
Come join Malcolm Richards outside the Streatham Campus Library at University of Exeter as he claims space and place to deliver a brief history of supplementary education from the African diaspora.
Malcolm is a senior leader with significant experience working across mainstream, special, secure and community education settings, in urban, suburban and rural locations. He specialises in the development of inclusive education services for young people aged 11-18.
He has been invited to speak on equitable and inclusive education for many organisations including Goldsmiths University, Newman University, Hip Hop Education UK at UCL, the Royal Society of Arts, the National Union of Teachers, the Steve Sinnott Foundation and others more.
Accessibility info: Fully accessible.
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