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Lucy Sweetman - intergenerational relationships and opportunities for learning

by Lucy Sweetman - 08:42 on 02 July 2012

My passions/ enthusiasms/ talents/ expertise/ knowledge

  • Politics and public policy, particularly in realtion to young people
  • writing
  • public speaking
  • training
  • creating opportunities for young people
  • secret passion for science and technology, in particular physics and astronomy
  • poetry
  • sport

What I want to work on

Relationships between adults and young people as the means to open young people's minds to constant, lifelong curiousity and engagement with the world.

Why it is important to me

Because I believe that we have a duty to be . Opportunities to develop skills and the chance to learn new things are critical to this.

Action I will take with whom

  • I will blog about this subject and include my learning in my book proposal
  • I will develop some ideas on care leavers using journalling as part of the partners planning and review process
  • I'll attend the final APEX event in July and keep in touch with others to explore future collaboration
Comment from Mandy Hockley at 22:43 on 26 July 2012.
My daughter has attended the summer workshops this week an we came along to the forum today to visit the workshops and attend the finale. Wow - how fantastic. We saw the Knitting produced with needles and fingers and had an amazing description of spinning of wool. We learnt how to Willow Weave and make a bug hotel. We met a group of children who had learnt to publish thier own brochure and another group who had learnt about fair food trade and how to promote healthy eating - and so much more. There was also 2 dances performed - created this week by an amazing group of young children who had never met before. It was the finale for Apex today and as a family we are very sorry to see it end. Both our children have attended Apex workshops and have learnt so much from the. We hope that events of a similar style continue to take place. Phil and I will both be offering our support to BRLSI for their planned events and hope that we can be help to them. Well done to all involved in Apex and congratulations on providing our children with some amazing opportunities. Thank You

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