Whole person Whole school Whole lot of impact

Jennifer Shearman and Bea Stevenson write on developing a strategy for emotional health, resilience and well-being.
Adult with nursery child painting

Jennifer Shearman of Canterbury Christ Church University and Bea Stevenson of Family Links, both members of the Fair Education Alliance wellbeing and resilience working group, highlight areas of commonality and difference in their work to develop social and emotional health, wellbeing and character in children and young people. By bringing together various stakeholder voices, they consider what it means for educators to ‘ensure young people develop key strengths, including character, emotional wellbeing and mental health, to support high aspirations” (the aim of Impact Goal 3, FEA). 

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