Creative Schools Competition Winner Announcement!


A very big thanks to all of you who took the time to share your ideal creative school with us on Twitter as part of our #CreativeSchoolsComp. We are delighted to announce our winners. Congratulations to DiKidman (@ddkitten), whartonag (@whartonag), giselle (@gissiebella), Nick Maniatis (nickmaniatis_ed), Craig HB (@hildebrandburke)

9780241188330Creative Schools: Revolutionizing Education from the Ground Up by ROBINSON KEN & ARONICA LOU

Ken Robinson is one of the world’s most influential voices in education, and his talk, ‘How Schools Kill Creativity’, is the most viewed in the history of TED. In this empowering, ground breaking book, he sets out his vision for how we can transform our industrial model of education to better meet the needs of the 21st century, not through political reform, but by changing the way we use it.

Creative Schools looks to people who are already revolutionizing education for examples of how creativity can flourish despite the framework of standardization: the teachers who are making better use of lesson time by redefining homework; the schools which have pioneered projects and partnerships to bring to life the practical aspects of learning, from building real cars to managing their own towns.

This is your chance to win one of 5 copies to give away. Entering is easy, follow the steps below.

  • Follow the official Penguin Teachers’ Academy Twitter account at and be following it at the time of judging;
  • Post a tweet telling us about your ideal creative school to win a copy of Creative Schools by Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica and
  • Tag the response with hashtag #CreativeSchoolsComp.

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