Embedding immersive experiences in education
We know access to immersive experiences in primary education can make a big impact. Raising standards in reading, writing and speaking and inspiring a love of reading, our work can also empower and develop the skills of teachers.
Immersive Learning Journeys is an ambitious three year programme that explores what happens in schools when we deliver a range of immersive projects over a period of three years. Working closely with school staff and communities to target our work to pupils for whom it will benefit most. We are excited to see the resulting change that this strategic and longitudinal approach will have.
Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, each school will receive multiple projects a year including The Lost Lending Library, A Curious Quest and A Small Tale, along with new experiences currently in development.
We are proud to be working with the following schools, all based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich:
- Haimo Primary School
- Heronsgate Primary School
- James Wolfe Primary School
- Linton Mead Primary School
- Middle Park Primary School
- Montbelle Primary School
- Morden Mount Primary School
- Wyborne Primary School
Sharing what we discover
Our evaluation partners, i2 Media Research, are developing a bespoke model to measure and report on the impact of what we do. We’ll share what we discover at a later date.
Supported by RBG school improvement service, Peabody and PHF.