Headteacher Dean Buckley shares how his school is supporting their pupils’ wellbeing while they learn from home through praise, such as PROUD Thursday Online events where students email their work in and receive positive, congratulatory comments and a certificate.
Pupil wellbeing and behaviour
Lisa Whitworth, PSHE lead at Sidmouth College, shares the important role that schools have in supporting young people who need to disclose abuse, especially during COVID-19.
Trust Leader, Matt, and Headteacher, Anna, share how their recovery programme has reduced parents’ concerns, created a welcoming environment for pupils and strengthened their community of schools.
For every headteacher, keeping children safe is our top priority. Andrea Parker, Lead Headteacher of Bonneville Primary School, describes what school life has been like one month after she opened her doors.
Embark Federation led a Reconnection to Recovery and Resilience programme which focused on the social, emotional and mental health needs of children and staff. Three members of staff reflect on the preparation taken to reopen using the programme which is expected to impact 4 million children.
That Sunday night feeling… it had been a while. I’d spent the days before planning for the week ahead and adapting my practise to tackle head on what would be the ‘new normal’ at least for the next few months.
Sophie Nicholson, who teaches at a primary in Surrey, shares how she has made the most out of her pupils’ interest in the 2019 Rugby World Cup, by using it as an opportunity to inspire learning in their wider education. …
Steve Rippin explains why securing first-rate teacher mental health and wellbeing at his school has led to the very best experience for pupils.
As part of our enrichment series which looks at the work happening in schools to support the development of a child’s character and resilience, Libby Nicholas, CEO of Astrea Academy Trust, shares their approach and why she believes education that goes beyond the classroom helps every pupil to fly.
Discover how St Mary and St Thomas' CE Primary School has used the Anti-Bullying Alliance All Together programme to not just refresh their current practice but also engage with parents; educating them in identifying the signs of bullying and helping to prevent bullying behaviours at home as well.