How to design a primary school where learning has no limits

The University of Cambridge Primary School is the first UK primary University Training School, meaning it will provide teacher training and research as well as teaching for its 708 pupils. The idea of the school was to create a school where every voice matters; one that is democratic and can be divided into smaller communities while still being part of a unified whole.

Julia speaks to the Guardian about her inspiration for the design and her desire to develop a child-centred environment focusing on teaching and learning without ability labelling. Read the full article here.