Leila Johnston talks about the rise of hack culture and how museum professionals are getting in on the act. In her blog, she includes her experience in taking part of AND Carper's: Inventive City and how young people could better access London's museums and archives using technology.
U-turn over EBacc
Michael Gove, Education Secretary, reveals he will press ahead with major changes to 'discredited' exams and announces national curriculum revamp.
A group of teachers known as The Heads' Roundtable recently held a consultation and are writing their own alternative to Michael Gove's EBacc policy.
Arts campaigners who had opposed the EBacc proposals have welcomed the news.
New funds announced
Tim Taylor, an Advanced Skills Teacher, believes that children learn more when they use their imagination. Read here
Arts to integrate with the primary curriculum