At Erdington Hall Primary...
- Education Professionals
Primary pupils predict what the future might hold for education, in two cross-curricular lessons specially developed for SchoolsWorld.
A teacher with three heads and a teacher who can be switched off are just two of ideas of what may happen, as pupils from Robin Hood Primary, Birmingham, let their imaginations run wild.
With experts predicting that education is facing its biggest transformation since the 19th century, the Year 2 pupils are encouraged to think about how the role of the teacher has changed over the decades.
Teaching past, present and future is explored in a Year 4 lesson that goes on to look at the shape of the classroom and developments in technologies.
Education consultant and former science teacher Matthew Tosh offers advice and comments on the lessons.
Part of the series: Just for Governors