Allan Wills

Allan Wills

Allan has been a content creator, photographer and writer for pretty much his whole life. Over the past decade, he’s worked in some of London’s top creative digital and ATL agencies – there’s nothing he loves more than cracking global briefs with big budgets. Except for his wife and kids, of course. Allan is somewhat famous for how he met his wife, Claire. Ask him.

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Ep023: A reading with Avril McDonald | Feel Brave | The Wolf Is Not...

Avril McDonald, founder of Feel Brave, read one of her stories for us: The Wolf Is Not Invited. There's a bonus at the end, too. https://youtu.be/e36yidyHGF0 Avril's mission Avril McDonald - Author and Founder of Feel...

Ep022: Interview with Avril McDonald, Feel Brave

We interviewed Avril McDonald, founder of Feel Brave, about the past, and the future of stories that help children with tough emotions. https://youtu.be/XqGKn3GO9II Her mission Avril McDonald - Author and Founder of Feel Brave Email:...

Ep021 – Interview with Mogg Hercules, creative learning school founder

This is a video interview with Dallington School founder, proprietor and headteach Mogg Hercules. The school was setup in 1978 because Mogg believed so strongly (as we do at SparkHub) in the power of...

My Inspiration: Sir Ken Robinson

The original "spark" that lead to SparkHub can trace its origins to a  TEDTalk given by Sir Ken Robinson, back in 2006, entitled “Do Schools Kill Creativity”. It was that talk — still holding a...
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Ep019: Interview with “Stay Curious” Maddie Moate

Our mission is to be an "Inspiration station for creative learning", and that involves finding - and heroing - people who share that mission. In this episode we interview "Stay Curious" Maddie Moate. (And...
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Ep018: Your helps goes into beta – and there are prizes!

This video outlines how our Family and Lifestyle survey will inform a totally new version on SparkHub (beta.) And therea are some prizes involved for those who helped. https://youtu.be/yMbBelt0vo0
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Seeing is believing: The magic marble machine that creates spectacular music

It is easy to see why some people are calling this guy the next Leonardo De Vinci! His incredible magic marble machine creates fascinating music using 2000 marbles, some rice and Lego tecnics nails....
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Ep016: All about #SparkHub

Why SparkHub exists, how you benefit, how to get involved... https://youtu.be/CRTabFYIZvo

Home Education: Tailored Learning “Your Way”

Following a recent article that highlighted how actress and writer Emma Thompson took her child out of formal education to "home school", we talk to UK home schooler Philippa Wood, who shares her family's experience. Interview with Phillipa...
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#SparkHack | Target towers for bouncy balls

https://youtu.be/zgpvN_FAaJc Ever play bouncy balls on the stairs? Sometimes you can become a target. Building target towers powers up your game, gives a child a new learning opportunity, and you five minutes peace (and no...
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Ep022: Interview with Avril McDonald, Feel Brave

We interviewed Avril McDonald, founder of Feel Brave, about the past, and the future of stories that help children with tough emotions. https://youtu.be/XqGKn3GO9II Her mission ...

Ep021 – Interview with Mogg Hercules, creative learning school founder

This is a video interview with Dallington School founder, proprietor and headteach Mogg Hercules. The school was setup in 1978 because Mogg believed so...

My Inspiration: Sir Ken Robinson

The original "spark" that lead to SparkHub can trace its origins to a  TEDTalk given by Sir Ken Robinson, back in 2006, entitled “Do...
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Ep019: Interview with “Stay Curious” Maddie Moate

Our mission is to be an "Inspiration station for creative learning", and that involves finding - and heroing - people who share that mission....
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Hi there - no she said in her part of the world in the 1970s (Australia), not as a blanket statement. And Mogg never claimed she invesnted the concept, but she sure did bring it to life in Dallington!
@Kirsten - looks like it's a suggested video at the end. That's YouTube, nothing to do with us, but thanks for the sharp eyes!

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