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New ideas, are you looking for some?

Do all new ideas cost lots of money?

New ideas on a ShoestringWe are going to prove you can create an inspirational and enabling environment without spending the earth.  New resources and new ideas can be created on a shoestring but it takes imagination – we’re here to give you just that and get that mind ticking over.

Pop in whenever you want, for as long as you want, to get some new ideas.  You don’t need to bring anything except a camera or notepad if you are likely to forget some of the ideas.  You could also bring someone with you – inspiration is always easier when you have more than one brain present!  No need to let us know you are coming but if you do then we can make sure to get the kettle on before you arrive!

We are at millennium house for you to drop in on…

  • Thursday 25th June from 10:00 am to 8.00 pm
  • Friday 26th June from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Saturday 27th June from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

If getting some new ideas sounds like something you need and you would like to come and see what’s going on (for free of course) then complete the short form below to let us know which day you think you will come (don’t worry you can change any time you want!). We will email you any changes or news about the event and you will be kept up to date with other news and events in the future too. Don’t worry if you can’t make it you can also follow @MBK_Matt on twitter for some sneak previews in the run up to the event and photos of how it went down afterwards.

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About the author: Matt Stanford

Matt Stanford
Matt has been working in education for 10 years, teaching science to all ages from preschool to degree. Before he became a teacher he studied chemistry at Masters level and completed his PhD at The University of Warwick. It was during his time at university that he got involved in outreach work in local primary schools and found his passion for inspiring learning.

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