Here are some ideas about where the learning will go next.
There are the beginnings of ideas about how the Collective may develop.
Challenges for the Borough mean challenges for the Collective.
As the Collective sets its course for the third year, it will be mindful of how the aforementioned challenges and opportunities develop.
Maff, founder of Camerados, talks about dancing the Hokey Cokey, how we put one foot in and then one foot out of loneliness, mental ill-health, and other life afflictions.
Some ideas are heavy, others are feather light.
The question for our network is: what are the implications of these analyses for the way we learn? Two points, both missing from the Berwick reflection, stand out.
The resident voice remains faint, too often an afterthought. Is that fair?
These changes are having an impact. Not so much impact in terms of numbers, although that may come. But impact that is felt within the sector.
The change described in the last post is building on a strong platform for reform in Barking and Dagenham.