Every child is an artist; so how do we nurture their creativity?

When I was four years old, I was a fantastic artist. You could ask me to draw anything: real, imaginary, or a mix of the two, and I would just get on with it. I would use anything available that makes marks. Things like: chewed-up biros – in those days they had a death cap […]

Procrastination: where focus goes, energy flows

I have been thinking for a while now about blogging, but have had the usual worries – do I have anything to say, would anybody want to read it, how will I find the time… I am a Master Procrastinator. When I was an undergraduate, way back when Tony Blair was our new hope, and […]