Do We Need To Move Children’s Mental Health And Wellbeing Centre Stage With Its Own Curriculum? One now exists!
After attending yet another mental health course which raised awareness of the issues faced in schools but offered little in the way of solutions, Paula Talman decided to do something about it. So she set up the iSpace Wellbeing Curriculum
Amani’s Story: Supporting Children of Divorcing Parents
When shocking events in a child’s life derail learning, staff can do so much to alleviate the suffering, advises Dr. Margot Sunderland in her fifth guidance for teachers.
Rescuing A Generation At Risk From Covid and Exclusions
A project at Lyng School In Coventry, which has 50 per cent of its children on free school meals, has shown remarkable success in keeping all its children engaged during the lockdown. Sonia Blandford describes the project and argues that it should be rolled out across the country.
Parental Engagement Is Good. But What Does It Really Mean?
Campaigning broadly for parental engagement often doesn’t reach the parents you most want to. For these parents, engagement has to be case specific, and involve partnership working at home and at school, explains Maureen Hunt