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Schools should promote social interaction and lifelong learning in the community, says Mitchell. Picture: Nick Saville

How we are building inclusive schools - Lindsey Mitchell

Like many who grew up in the 1980s, school was the building where I spent each weekday, moved along corridors by ­prefects and herded by teachers in to ­classrooms where I would sit at a desk, organised in neat rows all facing the front. Break times were spent in the one vast playground, huddled away in a ­corner sheltering from the good old Scottish weather, and sports day, when it wasn’t cancelled, took place on the red blaes pitch. Then when school holidays arrived, the building was locked down.

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