Micro classrooms

Government to implement MicroClassrooms following the MicroPub Revolution

Following the phenomenal rise of the MicroPub, the UK Government is recommending that schools should start to use cupboards as micro-classrooms. “Putting pupils and teachers in cupboards makes a lot of sense for schools looking to reduce budgets and make the most of limited room”, an Education Minister has said.

The MicroPub revolution began when Martyn Hillier turned a former butcher’s shop in the Kent village of Herne into a pub. The MicroPub focuses on cask ales, good conversation and friendly atmosphere.  MicroPubs are now appearing across the UK with 300 now open.  A Government spokesperson announced today (1/4/2017) that the micro pub model  could effectively be applied to classrooms resulting in considerable cost savings for schools looking to cut budgets.