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  • Taking it gently is what will help children back to school

    28 Aug 2020 David Whyley, Education Consultant with Lexplore Analytics
    David Whyley explains why, in the return to school, a slow and steady pace is best, with gentler ways of assessment to understand the gaps in learning.
  • SWGfL have put together a very helpful resource which offers some handy pointers and highlights certain issues to be aware of when school practice resumes.
  • Wellbeing and COVID-19'A Complicated Relationship

    14 Aug 2020 Written by Beth Kerr, Group Director of Wellbeing, Cognita
    This period has highlighted that whilst we can cope without many of the things that are familiar to us, we cannot cope very well if we do not prioritise our wellbeing.
  • 5 Powerful mindfulness strategies for teachers

    30 Jul 2020 Written by Zoë Jenkins, Pobble Guest Blog
    Simple mindfulness strategies can help educators and students during times of uncertainty and change. Read on for Pobble’s key everyday techniques for strengthening relationships and reducing stress.
  • The gift of gratitude

    30 Jul 2020 Written by Patrick Melville, Marketing Director, TAP
    Patrick Melville explains the core values of TAP, why it is relevant and how the vision of the organisation is still relevant post-COVID-19.
  • Wellbeing and Socialization in Online Schooling

    24 Jul 2020 By Cody Claver, General Manager iCademy Middle East
    Wellbeing and socialization is difficult to measure in an online classroom. Cody Claver from iCademy explores how schools can keep tabs on mental health within a virtual environment.
  • Are you helping or hindering the mental health and wellbeing of your pupils?

    16 Jul 2020 Ross McWilliam, MHFA National Trainer @RossMcWilliamUK
    Ross McWilliam discusses how schools can create a solid mental health strategy to support teachers and students in identifying need and signposting solutions.
  • Supporting a child returning to school after lockdown

    07 Oct 2020 Young Minds’ Parents Helpline Experts @YoungMindsUK
    Young Minds’ Parents Helpline experts share their tips for supporting a child in the transition back to school life.
  • Promoting wellbeing in a time of crisis

    07 Feb 2020 Sarah Griffiths, Caterham School
    In three short months educators here and around the world have adapted massively to protect our children when in school and continued to educate them in the confines of their homes in lockdown. Sarah ...
  • Social distancing must not mean social isolation. Suzanne Murray explains how schools must work to ensure that school remains a safe space as they reopen, despite the necessary operational changes.
  • Identifying stressors

    17 Jun 2020 Kerry Hill, Eyres Monsell Primary School
    In a study based on the work of Albrecht, Kerry Hill from Eyres Monsell Primary School takes us through how we can identify and combat daily stressors.
  • External and Internal Pressure to 'Max Out' Lockdown Time

    10 Jun 2020 Ross McWilliam, MHFA National Trainer @RossMcWilliamUK
    How Ross McWilliam is using lockdown time as an opportunity to develop and grow personally and professionally.
  • Promoting Digital Wellbeing by Encouraging Positive Online Behaviour

    06 Aug 2020 Supplied by The Diana Awards @DianaAward
    Pre-lockdown, The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying team travelled the UK delivering Anti-Bullying Ambassador training to young people and staff in schools. Supplied by The Diana Awards @DianaAward
  • Providing wellbeing support, reducing the impact and making a difference

    28 May 2020 Pete Quinn, Guest Lecturer, Education University of Hong Kong @peteqconsult
    How do we ensure that students have access to authentic and evidence-based digital sources of information and support?
  • Outside to Inside

    15 May 2020 Anita Kleijn, Wellbeing Coordinator, Benjamin Franklin International School
    Experiences of lockdown school life from Benjamin Franklin International School, Spain
  • At this difficult time of social distancing and staying at home, it’s essential that we all act to protect our mental health, as well as our physical health. This can be challenging for families that ...

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