Oxplore launches its 50th Big Question
To celebrate our 50th Big Question, we teamed up with Oxford for Oxford and 472 Productions to invite 70 local state school pupils to celebrate our 50th Big Question at Lady Margaret Hall.
We had a fantastic day of workshops, lectures and debates themed around our 50th Big Question, "Would you pay everyone the same?", followed by a special performance of the student-run musical Made in Dagenham at the Oxford Playhouse. Read more
Free online events
Oxplore's most recent interactive online event for schools took place on Friday 29 March 2019. We discussed the Big Question ‘What's your biggest big question?’ with students from across the University of Oxford. You can watch this Live Stream again here!
You can also catch up with our past live events: Does we all see colour the same?, Could we live on another planet?, Would it be better if we all spoke the same language?, Can money buy happiness? and Would you want to live forever?
Hot off the Big Question press
Our newest Big Questions are:
- Is the Internet Bad?
- Does music matter?
- Would you pay everyone the same?
- Could you survive a natural disaster?
We're working on this right now:
- Should all learning take place in a classroom?
- Can we end disease?
Don’t forget, you can submit your own Big Questions too!
We have lift off!
Oxplore was officially launched by the University of Oxford’s Vice-Chancellor (Professor Louise Richardson) on 20 September 2017. As part of our launch we visited schools across the country as well as hosting a day of activities in Oxford for some of the schools who helped us design and build Oxplore over the last year. The day included workshops on the Big Question 'Would you want to live forever?' and young people had their say by voting live.
Oxplore's launch event at Pembroke College, Oxford. Photos by John Cairns.