Dr Roland Meighan. 29.5.1937 – 20.1.2014. Full Obituary

Our dear friend and colleague Roland Meighan will live long in our hearts and his work will continue to be the engine underpinning  the Centre for Personalised Education – Personalised Education Now. This full obituary includes listings of his work. […]

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It was a wet and windy day in Nottingham on 12.01.2014 for Roland's funeral but the warmth of his send off was assured for this most well-loved, respected




Dr Roland Meighan 1937- 2014

CPE-PEN News January 2014

Dr Roland Meighan I’m sure you’ll join with us in wishing Roland better health in 2014. Roland has a heart condition and has not been well for some time

National Network of Flexischools.

Dr Roland Meighan presents Janette Mountford-Lees, Headteacher of Hollinsclough CE Primary with the National Network of Flexischools registration certificate. At the Flexischooling Conference the Centre for Personalised Education

Flexischooling – Dr Roland Meighan

Flexischooling Roland reflects on the origins of flexischooling  The idea of flexischooling came to my attention in the 1970’s. As I began to research home–based education in UK I found

Flexischooling from ad hoc to tip of an iceberg?

We've reported many times on the growing number of flexischooling initiatives.  The concept originated with our own leading light Dr Roland Meighan  http://edheretics.gn.apc.org/ http://www.rolandmeighan.co.uk/ and discussions held with  John

CPE-PEN Special Journal 14 – Edmond Holmes

We've just sent our latest Journal - A special edition focusing on Edmond Holmes to the printers. We're looking to circulate to members during June (free to members

Hollinsclough Primary Flexischool Project

Roland Meighan, Janet Meighan and Peter Humphreys from CPE-PEN, and Gillian Trott from the Self-Managed Learning Centre in Brighton  http://www.college.selfmanagedlearning.org/ paid a visit to Hollinsclough Primary Flexischool

Flexischool developing in rural Staffordshire

It is with great pleasure that we can report that Hollinsclough Primary in rural Stafforshire is developing flexi-time options for its pupils. This project has already received favourable

Visionary Books Launch, Recycling Schools and Sir Raymond Priestley Lecture

With thanks to Dr Roland Meighan for this article Those who were able to attend The School of Education at Birmingham University on November 4th enjoyed a lively programme

Daily Mail: Part-time pupils: children will not have to attend all their lessons under new government plans

Thanks to Alison Sauer for this link... Part-time pupils: children will not have to attend all their lessons under new government plans  Source: www.dailymail.co.uk The flexi-schooling plan, set to be

Toxic Schooling: How Schools Became Worse – Book Launch

Centre for Personalised Education - Personalised Education Now - Educational Heretics Press W: https://personalisededucationnow.org.uk  B: http://blog.personalisededucationnow.org.uk/ W: http://edheretics.gn.apc.org/ Invitation to a Book Launch. School of Education, University of

Flexischooling – advice for Ed Balls

CPE/PEN (as Education Now) have been  advocating that Flexischooling is a good idea since at least 1988 (see Flexischooling. Education for tomorrow, starting yesterday by Dr Roland Meighan

Personalised Education Now Journal 10. Spring-Summer 2009 out now!

Personalised Education Now Journal 10. Spring-Summer 2009 out now! Our latest journal is out now. Distrubuted free to members Contents include: Feature article Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum

PEN Sedbergh Learning Exchange and EHP Book Introduction – September 6th 2008

The Centre for Personalised Education - Personalised Education Now and Educational Heretics Press willl be holding a learning exchange in Sedbergh on Setember 6th 2008. This continues our current

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously. Educational Heretics Press latest book.

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously edited by Mark Webster. What happens if you start to take choice in education seriously? This was the theme of a challenging

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