Headroom - Empower your creative community

In 2008, creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson received the Benjamin Franklin award from the Royal Society of Arts. In a presentation given shortly afterwards he asks

“How do we make change happen in education and how do we make it last?”

In this in this entertaining speech given in 2006.

Sir Ken Robinson asked a big question ” Do schools skill creativity”

It is a profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity

He shares a vision.

“If we have forms of education that lift people’s spirits, which open their hearts, which make them commune with other people on issues of value and taste, and which give them confidence, we may not be able to predict the future but at least we’ll have a sure hand in creating and making it one that’s worth all of us having.”

Our choice of guests to invite for dinner would be Sir Ken Robinson and schools minister Jim Knight.