Carl Morris

Principal & Co-Founder

Carfax College & The Online School

Carl Morris, Head of Private Tutors, Carfax Education, Principal, Carfax College, & Co-Founder, The Online School As Head of Carfax Private Tutors globally for Carfax Education, Carl oversees student academic programmes, client relationships and training. Having worked in education for the majority of his professional life, Carl has a wealth of academic experience and is an enthusiastic Science and Maths tutor, with a broad range of professional and personal experience. He has supported pupils across all the major curricula, and has worked with organisations that provide tuition to underprivileged children, helping them with university applications. Carl graduated from the University of Oxford with a Master’s degree in Chemistry; and went on to become an ACA qualified Chartered Accountant. Recently, Carl has co-founded an innovative ed-tech platform designed in conjunction with the expert team at Carfax Education and senior examiners. The platform also includes a “Learn 2 Earn” programme powered by blockchain technology which rewards students for engaging with their education.


Education Innovations

15 November 2022 | 13:00 - 13:20 | English | The Future of Education on Web3

Recent reports from The Times Commission and HMC have made bold claims that our current education systems are not fit for purpose. Rapid evolution in technology combined with the inertia of changing deep rooted education systems, have created a skills gap between what we learn in school, what employers are looking for, and the essential skills required to tackle some of the world’s most challenging and threatening problems. As the internet evolves, it creates more and more opportunities in education. As we move into a blockchain backed era, known as Web3, it presents the opportunity to harness this technology to help students take ownership of their skills and qualifications from education and beyond. In this talk I will discuss how we can build agile systems that adapt to an ever-changing world, using emerging technologies to better showcase student skills and talents.



17 November, 2022 | 15:15 to 16:00
Education for the Future

This panel will discuss the current structure of education within schools and on-line what will schools look like in the future, including the curriculum and the learning environment how change is happening now.