Janet Wingate-Whyte, Project SEARCH Manager, Whitefield Academy Trust, describes the process and benefits of these projects – to the young people, the schools and the employers involved
Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, outlines how we can increase the effectiveness of professional teachers if we plan for, and support, behaviour change.
Originally published in the SSAT Journal 17: Spring/Summer 2020, SSAT editor Peter Chambers outlines the benefits of work experience for students and its long-term impact on career choices
Colin Logan, SSAT Senior Education Lead, explains how his recent experience of learning a new language has offered a useful reminder on what makes a good scheme of work
Throughout Black History Month in October we signposted events, resources and activities for your school community to refer to and use to shine the spotlight on the contributions of black people and our shared history.
400 women leaders, 30 networks, 19 countries and one weekend. On 2-4th October 2020, WomenEd held its first global unconference, a shining example of a positive development in Covid-19 times!
Read this excerpt from a summary of relevant mental health and student wellbeing reports from Patrick Watson, Managing Director of Montrose Public Affairs Consultants Ltd.
Read this summary of relevant policy, research and reports from Patrick Watson, Managing Director of Montrose Public Affairs Consultants Ltd.
Kiran Malik, social media manager at Falinge Park High School in Rochdale has recently graduated from SSAT’s Leadership Legacy Project. In this blog piece Kiran and her colleague Fozia Najib, mental health lead, write about the focus of Kiran’s Think Piece on how Instagram is being used as a wellbeing tool at the school.
It’s not right that so few young people with SEND are able to gain employment – especially as those that do, often become valuable employees, as well as gaining fulfilment.