Making the neighbourhood a child first interaction with a true platform for lifelong learning by design, enabling them to learn at every turn, from direct to oblique proven interventions.
Removing mandatory assessment at primary age to make space for parent-teacher clubs in every primary school across the country. Parent-teacher interaction has been widely researched and shown to be one of the fundamental indicators in outcomes for children.
Children and family procurement panel to allow revolving, representative, dynamic panels of children and families to make decisions on public procurement that affect them. When Helsinki procured its public bike sharing system after an initial failed attempt in 2010, 30 citizens were involved in the new process.
Children’s Participatory Budgeting
Experiments in how can children be involved in decisions about public expenditure in ways that are effective, inclusive and impactful in their own cities and neighbourhoods. Inspired by Child in the City.
The Right to Breakfast
Free breakfast clubs in every school, nursery and workplace throughout life.
School Grounds as Neighbourhood Asset
See neighbourhood school playgrounds and outdoor spaces as assets, so that when schools are closed they can be utilised as a community learning asset. Inspired by Paris.