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‘There is nothing so strong as an idea whose time has come’

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‘There is nothing so strong as an idea whose time has come.’ – Maya Angelou Following our recent ‘Imagining the Future Normal’ webinar looking at education post-lockdown, Real Ideas Project Lead and former headteacher Gary Futcher reflects on the way ahead. Schools and teachers and support staff have had it tough. They’ve had to adjust to the new lockdown world, turning on…

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We want to make your Ideas Real

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At Real Ideas, that is what we are all about. Real Ideas. Not just ours, but yours too. We are a social enterprise based in the West Country undertaking a diverse range of activities with an overall aim to change the world for the better. That means we are used getting stuck in, making a difference to the individuals and…

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We are seeking a Marketing Professional to deliver online content

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The Real Ideas Organisation is seeking a Marketing Professional to deliver online content and mentor young people in Cornwall. Fee: £700 Real Ideas Organisation has a commission opportunity available for a Marketing professional to deliver online sessions to benefit young people aged 15-24 in Cornwall who are interested in becoming self-employed along with providing some 1:1 professional mentoring support. You will have experience working within the marketing sector and be able to deliver sessions to young…

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Call for proposals – Plymouth Art Weekender 2020

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Apply to be a part of Plymouth Art Weekender 2020! As part of Plymouth Art Weekender 25th, 26th, 27th September, 
Real Ideas are seeking proposals from forward thinking artists and makers to create experiences in our Ocean Studios and Devonport Guildhall sites through the festival.The Plymouth Art Weekender is an annual city-wide event, celebrating and supporting visual arts in the…

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Does COVID provide a moment to re-evaluate our education system – to future (and virus) proof it?

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Real Ideas co-founder Matt Little, on the future of education, one month into lockdown…   I was struck by this headline in The Guardian last week: Education hit hardest as coronavirus batters UK economy The fallout from the coronavirus crisis will affect certain sectors of Britain’s economy harder than most, according to analysis by the government’s independent economics watchdog (the…

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Food and shelter remain the most important factors for survival, but in 21st century Britain, access to the internet is running a close second.

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Lindsey Hall, on what we’ve learnt one month on from lockdown… This Thursday, 23rd April is one of those dates we’d probably all prefer to forget. It is now one month since lockdown began, a strange anniversary, not least because no-one knows if this is the beginning of the end, the end of the beginning or just a moment in…

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Don’t have the kit or connectivity to access the internet during lockdown? Don’t worry, we can help.

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Government stats suggest 1.9 million people in the UK have no access to the internet. With most of the places with public access computers – libraries, job centres and community centres – closed as a result of the lockdown, there are millions of people for whom accessing aid, applying for Universal Credit, learning online or connecting with friends and loved…

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