Penny Mordaunt MP visited the University of Reading and met key figures from the award-winning @SensoryObjects project. On display was the talking chicken and cow exhibits at the University of Reading, which highlight the need for different approaches to integrating accessibility and inclusion by inserting it into teaching. The projects aim is to embed accessibility and inclusion into teaching, which was welcomed by Penny Mordaunt MP.
It's been called the ‘UK college where education can be different’ led by a ‘Big Friendly Giant’ and its successes have been shared in a new book. Portsmouth College and its dynamic principal Steve Frampton have been featured in the book Too Fast To Think, written by CEO and author Chris Lewis. Chris wrote about the college after he visited it to see how the team there were preparing students for their next stage in life. The college’s radical two-lessons-a-day timetable and
Penny Mordaunt MP listened to John Hajdu who survived the Holocaust in Hungary; and met Sokphal Din, a survivor of the genocide in Cambodia; at the launch event for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017. Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) is commemorated each year on 27 January – the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death and concentration camp. HMD provides an opportunity for everyone to learn lessons from the Holocaust, Nazi persecution and subsequent genocides in Cambodia, R
Penny Mordaunt MP was one of the key speakers at the All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism. The groups official objective is: "To raise awareness of issues affecting people with autism and Asperger syndrome, their families and carers; to raise Parliamentary awareness of autism; to campaign for changes to government policy to benefit people with autism and Asperger syndrome and improve diagnosis or, support for, people with autism and Asperger syndrome." The National Autisti