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Martin Robinson

Martin Robinson worked for 20 years in state schools in London, as a teacher, as a leader and as an AST. Now an education consultant, he works with schools on enhancing their pupils’ knowledge acquisition, questioning and communication skills. He also speaks regularly on creativity, character and a wide range of other current concerns in education.

Click here to hear what Martin has to say in his interview with Francis Gilbert of the Local Schools Network.

Click here to read what Marc Sidwell had to say about Martin’s ideas in City AM 11 July 2013.

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Publications by Martin Robinson

Trivium 21c

From Ancient Greece to the present day, Trivium 21c explores…

Trivium in Practice

Trivium in Practice brings together a series of case studies…


Explores the educational value of a curriculum rooted in the…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

Author Blog

Why Not A Knowledge-Rich Curriculum?

January 27 2019

Curriculum Shorts (Some short musings about curriculum) We all know what we mean by a knowledge-rich curriculum but, as with all pithy phrases, we don’t. And if that isn’t a great contradiction, I don’t know what is. Knowledge-rich can mean, within certain, wide-ranging, parameters, anything you want it to mean. Lots of people can use … More Why Not A Knowledge-Rich Curriculum?

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Great Books Curriculum

January 19 2019

Curriculum Shorts (Some short musings about curriculum) With all the talk of curriculum coherence and sequencing and people furiously creating logical progression models and maps there is another way to go. In the United States in particular there is a liberal arts tradition of great books curricula. These programmes run alongside the main curriculum or, … More Great Books Curriculum

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