Uppingham Community College has had years of experience with SSAT’s EFA programme, and has been able to reshape its curriculum and outcomes as a result. Dave Anderson, Deputy Principal, reports.
SSAT’s Primary Network Conference on 12 June demonstrated how a focus on teacher and chill wellbeing significantly alters the learning landscapes and the goals that can be achieved by strategising in unique ways.
Laura Anthony, Learning Manager Coaching & Mentoring and Mental Health Lead, Hertfordshire & Essex High School and Science College, highlights how ‘inside-out’ coaching techniques have transformed the way students and teachers approach mental health wellbeing in schools.
The All Together programme organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance demonstrates how to achieve school success with three key aspects in mind. Nicola Murray, head of programmes for the Anti-Bullying Alliance, reports.
Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, SSAT, discusses the rationale behind the government’s failure to address homophobic riots in Birmingham.
Nic Harrison, senior education lead at SSAT, highlights ways in which schools can improve their attendance based on his own unique experiences.
Tom Beckerton, creator of the LGBT+ and Allies Support Group at Brookvale Groby Learning Campus, has talked the talk and walked the walk with SSAT. He reflects on the impacts that marching in Pride in London 2018 with our organisation had on himself and Brookvale Groby students.
Patrick Ferguson, principal of Hope Academy, St. Helens, reflected on the incredible turnaround the academy has made thanks to focusing on key factors for school improvement. Patrick’s tips for success will be shared during his presentation at the upcoming School Improvement Show on June 26.
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.