The ISCE team are fully committed to getting Scott, the Antarctic and polar science into the classroom, this year and the next, and their aim is to build one of the largest ever on-line and interactive education platforms.
Mike Peake, in the Daily Telegraph, February 12, 2011
Iâ€™m 28 and I live in London. I studied biochemistry and then trained in bespoke tailoring, but I currently work with people with housing difficulties, including homeless people. The story of Scott and his men has meant different things to me at different times in my life, but I feel we can all draw strength and inspiration from the values they displayed. From the accounts of Scott and others, we see that success in life isnâ€™t about winning races but about pushing hard along the way, treating others with kindness and consideration and meeting the world with curiosity.
April 2011: In four days, strangers met; friendships germinated; body clocks were wound progressively earlier. Dreams of adventure were flung skywards, anxieties gently uprooted and civility was shown on the assault course. Muscles were jolted from sleep and bad in-jokes fermented. In four days, a legacy was remembered; a team was forged.
Ali on Dartmoor!