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Tag Archives: Sir Ken Robinson
I love how most young children have no problem seeing different uses for everyday items. My two year old toddler loves the telephone. Unfortunately for him he’s not allowed the real phone anymore so he’s made do. Here’s what he’s … Continue reading
Here’s Mary and I with Sir Ken Robinson after his talk at the Unlocking Creativity event for the City of Culture 2013 in Derry this week. It was lovely to meet Sir Ken Robinson at breakfast time on Monday – it turned out … Continue reading