Jackson Kavanagh

Jackson Kavanagh

A fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Jackson Kavanagh is director of programmes at as creatives, a multi-arts provider designing and delivering engaging programmes through the arts. He works with Primary and Secondary schools right across the country, modelling a range of creative approaches to teaching and learning – and regularly delivers CPD sessions for both qualified and trainee teachers. He is also a great believer in the TeachMeet approach to sharing best practice and regularly participates in TeachMeet events. Before co-founding as creatives, he was Drama Consultant to the Academy of St Francis of Assisi and St Vincent’s School for the Blind and Partially Sighted.

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Although I’m quite handy when it comes to pub quizzes, geography has always been a bit of a blind spot. So when the initial email came in from the Learning Adventure Resources Network, I wasn’t exactly sure where Malaysia was. My only immediate reference point was the Willis Hall play (and film) The Long, the Short and the Tall, which didn’t seem entirely appropriate – but a quick look at the atlas showed that I’d instinctively placed the country in the right part of the world (good start) – even if I’d been a little confused as to its physical relationships with its neighbours.

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