Sir Michael Morpurgo: How to put creativity at the heart of education
7 July | 11:15 am - 12:00 pm
For any society nothing matters more than the children, the seedcorn of its future, the contentment of the people, its future cohesion, its future prosperity, its future place in the world. Children’s author, founder of Farms for City Children and Times Education Commissioner Sir Michael Morpurgo will set out why learning and creativity go hand in hand, and how we can ensure the potential of all children is recognised and nurtured in our education system. Michael will also share a story with the audience and there will be an opportunity to ask him questions.