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mental health, exam ready, Student Wellbeing

The Benefits Of Exercise On Students' Mental Health During Exams
By Ben Greenwood on June 17, 2019

Exam season can be a turbulent time for our students’ mental health. But there's a plethora of coping mechanisms out there that can reduce anxiety and manage stress so that students can...

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Exams, Blog, Student Wellbeing

Top Tips For Students on Coping with Exam Anxiety
By Ben Greenwood on June 13, 2019

It’s no secret that the exam period is a stressful time for students, with pressure to excel and the sheer volume of revision to complete, it can be somewhat overwhelming. The stress...

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CPD, Blog, Teacher Wellbeing, Student Wellbeing

Why Teachers Need Mental Health and Wellbeing Training
By Bethany Spencer on May 22, 2019

Over the years, the role of the teacher has transformed both mentally and practically. Today, teachers are expected to do so much more than just teach - their hours stretch long past the...

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Blog, mental health, Student Wellbeing, PSHE

Teaching Students about Wellbeing in School
By Bethany Spencer on May 8, 2019

The changes we’ve seen within education recently regarding the DfE’s and schools’ stance on PSHE and student wellbeing are huge steps in the right direction, however, this does leave...

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Teacher Wellbeing, Student Wellbeing, School Improvement

Supporting Student Wellbeing in Schools
By Bethany Spencer on April 25, 2019

Wellbeing, by definition, is the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy - in education student wellbeing is fundamental to successful student learning and development. Ensuring...

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Blog, Student Wellbeing, PSHE

The Evolution of Sex and Relationship Education
By Bethany Spencer on March 8, 2019

The teaching of sex education has been constantly changing over the years, reactive to societal changes so that it reflects the current mood and is relevant for students at that time.

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Bullying, Blog, Student Wellbeing, Cyberbullying, PSHE

How to Stop Bullying: Advice for Schools and Parents
By Emilio Cuasapaz on March 1, 2019

The rise in the use of social media amongst children has meant that bullying has transitioned into the online lives of students, making it almost impossible for them to escape. As this...

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Ofsted framework, Bullying, Ofsted, Student Wellbeing

Ofsted’s Framework that Reflects the Role of a Teacher
By Bethany Spencer on January 17, 2019

Teachers join the profession with the understanding that they’re going to do much more than simply teach. It’s now expected that teachers double as confidants, carers, safeguarders and...

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Leadership, CPD, Blog, Teacher Wellbeing, Student Wellbeing, School Improvement

School Improvement: Where to Focus Efforts
By Bethany Spencer on January 3, 2019

Improvement is at the top of every school leader’s agenda, which is why creating a detailed and well thought out SIP is critical to effectively communicate your goals to the entire...

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Blog, Student Wellbeing, Digital Literacy

Can a Digital Detox Improve Student Mental Health?
By Bethany Spencer on November 20, 2018

If there are two things that are undisputed in the present day it’s that technology is an all-consuming factor in almost everyone’s lives and  more and more people are suffering from...

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Blog, Teacher Wellbeing, Classroom Management, Student Wellbeing

How Effective Classroom Management Impacts Teacher Wellbeing
By Bethany Spencer on October 1, 2018

The subject of teacher wellbeing has been on the rise in recent years in conjunction with the publicised teaching crisis and ‘healthy body, healthy mind’ yoga and meditation craze. The...

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