Ensuring access to a cultural education for all your learners

At the end of March, Whole Education released the report of findings from our pilot investigating how flipped pedagogy can help increase student engagement and enthusiasm for arts subjects.

This is particularly important for Whole Education as part of our mission to support schools with strategies that help maintain a broad and balanced curriculum in the face of current concerns around curriculum narrowing.

We believe that flipped pedagogy is one valuable tool in delivering this and ensuring that all learners – with a particular focus on some of the most disadvantaged – have access to a rich cultural entitlement.

You can read the full report below, and watch the introductory video to the report from Sarah Hendy, who was Whole Education’s project lead during the pilot phase.


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