We have been hearing from schools in the network how wonderful it has been to welcome more students safely back into school in recent weeks. Angelina Idun, director at SSAT, explains more and encourages you to share your own students’
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Dr Mandy Shaw, Lecturer in Criminology at Leeds Beckett University, explores the bullying of young people in this short, research-based paper intended to support practitioners and inform policymaker thinking, which was written during the early days of the Coronavirus pandemic.
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In this webinar, Surita Meyer, assistant head and Thrive trainer at Perseid school shares how the school uses the Thrive approach to inform their practise in supporting the pupils’ emotional well-being and emotional development.
Following the announcement on 19th June that all students are expected to return to school in September, Pauline Holbrook, Head of SEND at SSAT, considers what curriculum changes may need to be made as students return. This links to the work of Carpenter and Carpenter and the webinars of Professor Barry Carpenter and Dr Penny Barratt CEO, The Bridge London Trust.
In this webinar, Dr Penny Barratt, CEO, The Bridge London Trust shares her thinking around the curriculum offer as students return to school.
Richard Sproson, Headteacher at King Richard School, Cyprus, offers a global perspective on how his school community adapted to the challenges they faced during the pandemic, embracing online learning while maintaining regular contact with their students and school community
As Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, continues on the journey towards her ‘new normal’, she explains why she refuses to put her superhero pants back on, and how she stops the negative thoughts from filling her head
Just Like Us works with schools and colleges across the UK to make the lives of LGBT+ young people and their allies as awesome as possible. They do this through various programmes including School Diversity Week (June 22 – 26) which they have adapted for home learning this year.
Tom Middlehurst, head of policy and public affairs, reflects on an earlier conversation with Wrigleys Solicitors about data, students’ requests for their grades, and what schools should be doing now grades are submitted.