Emma Fay, Schools and Colleges manager of Just Like Us, highlights the unique approach that the charity has adopted in order to positively influence and change LGBT+ curriculum and educational outcomes.
How are students being empowered to change the world? Tanith Harding, Head of International Projects for the RoundTable Global Legacy Project, discusses a unique opportunity catered to students that encourages them to become ambassadors of change.
Football Beyond Borders is an educational charity that is helping students redefine their learning capabilities through the power of this beloved sport. Ceylon Andi Hickman, the charity’s head of social action, explains how this unique concept is making a difference in education.
Charlotte Church is much more than an entertainer and singer. She is in pursuit of launching her own school to redefine students’ ability to absorb information and learn creatively. Charlotte’s talk during SSAT’s National Conference details her intriguing plan to shape schooling.
In an effort to revive students’ interest in studying languages, Simon Holmes, principal of Melbourn Village College, discusses the unique approaches the school has explored to combat the increasingly low interest rate in this area of study.
CENTURY Tech founder Priya Lakhani provided comprehensive insight on her learning resource platform at SSAT’s National Conference in December. Her main stage presentation highlighted aspects such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience and learning science.
The more effectively schools communicate with parents, the better off pupils will be. Parental engagement expert and author Dr Kathy Weston highlights the ways in which schools’ engagement with parents impacts learning outcomes for students.
Whether it is meant to be a force to be reckoned with as a society or a protest-inducing phenomenon, the complexities of Brexit should be more effectively communicated. Amand Menon, Director of The UK in a Changing Europe, emphasises why schools should be teaching their students about all things Brexit.
Lyndsey Morgan, lead practitioner for literacy, Drapers’ Academy, describes their successful approach, which involves colleagues and students as well as outsider expertise in decision making and implementation.