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The Futurist (Haringey) - Episode 01 - 2018

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The Futurist (Haringey) All things STEAM’d uP news ● articles ● events ● recruitment ● empowerment. Content - StART building on Zero Waste. pg4 - Triple Darkness Space Probe; creative science learning. pg5 - Attainment 8, Progress 8 ??? A guide to the monitoring of children’s progress in schools. pg6 - A Our oily waterways ! : “Industrial scale release of oil”. pg8 - Tayfun highlights his value of mathematics and his Turkish heritage. pg8 - Event Listings. pg8 - Time for a short story from a master story teller… pg9 - Our Home-School Knowledge Exchange vision, get involved. pg11 - Volunteer Recruitment - Get Involved. pg12

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uLearn Naturally Media Services: Special Advertising Packages We are launching the pilot issue of The Futurist (Haringey), be a part of history in the making, perfecting a future of excellent learning locally. STEM + the Arts in ground breaking creativity The Futurist (Haringey) is a STEAM’d uP3 magazine; a publication that is localised, in-print and digital – bringing Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Maths forward into community life, for enjoyment and insight. Print circulation of this issue: This pilot issue’s print spec is: Size: A5, 12 pages, full colour, 10000 distributed to local residents and businesses around N15 (our pilot zone), estimated readership 27k people. Our Special Advertising Package includes audio podcasts about your service, product or project, plus profiling via our websites and social media networks. If your interest is in education and learning then there’s no better way to reach this local audience which surrounds the Chestnuts Community Centre (N15). Book your Ad space today

Our Home-School Knowledge Exchange vision, get involved. We are established to work with centres throughout the UK building ground breaking media service provisions that are designed to support Home-School Knowledge Exchange (HSKE) principles and projects. We define “schools” in a very broad way as “centres of determined learning” including for example libraries, youth provision, learning projects/events, children's centres, primary and secondary schools etc. With these “centres of determined learning” uLearn Naturally Media Services seeks to create community led infrastructure that allows learning processes and networks to work in more innovative and effective ways thereby raising learning outcomes and impacts. There are two main media service operations being developed: ● ● uLearn Naturally Radio - (internet radio) The Futurist - STEAM’d uP3 magazines and publications - (localised, in-print and digital) Advertise here: engaging , local & fresh. With our values for Family Directed Learning and community led development we have two flagship project centres from which we work and these media services support our Abundance Centres Member Trusts. Our flagship Knowledge Exchange project centres: futuristSTEAM.co.uk Call to discuss: 020 8815 3939 ● Chestnuts Community Centre, Tottenham, Haringey [website] ● The Village HQ, Clapham North, Lambeth [website] Get your FREE tickets to our: The Futurist £7 otherwise LAUNCH PARTY 11 f u t u r i s t S T E A M . c o . u k E p i s o d e 0 1 - 2 0 1 8

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The Futurist (Haringey) - Episode 01 - 2018
Special Report: The flaws in Attainment 8 - Part 1
Food Waste to Energy: An Overview of Sustainable Approaches for Food Waste Management and Nutrient Recycling (BMRI2017-2370927)
EER and CREC Summer Event 2018 - uLearn Naturally Radio - Podcast
Home-School-Knowledge-Exchange (HSKE) Icon- (the neuron key)
The Futurist (Haringey) magazine - advert rates info
Prospectus - Level Being 9 - The Best - The highest possible level - uLearn Naturally GCSE Mathematics



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