Resources for staff well-being.

Staff well-being

    Another great set of resources from Dr Pooky Knightsmith for schools. Today she is concentrating on staff well-being. With staff wellbeing topping the concerns that leaders have talked to me about this week, here are some courses and resources to help you with this very important topic… I hope they’re helpful…if they are, please share them. Upcoming webinar: School […]

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The One Page School Improvement Plan

Title: Primary School Heads: The One Page School Improvement Plan Led by: Headteacher Dan File Date: Thursday 20th May at 3:45pm Aimed at: Primary school heads, deputies and governors How to book: Register here to attend Chance to learn from head teacher Dan File about how he took his school improvement plan from forty pages to one and how that one page now drives […]

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Sunday Smiles!

Dr. Pooky Knighsmith

Here is the latest ‘freebie email’ from Pooky Knightsmith! ############################## Hello!  Happy Sunday… This week’s free course is: Suicide: How to Support During Crisis Moments Next week’s free live webinars: Secondary School Heads: Leading on Behaviour in the Current Context DSL: Safeguarding Update Creative Education Online Training: What, Why, How? Free webinar playbacks: Leading Your Staff Towards a Better Life-Work […]

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Call for papers from CCT

Impact issue 11: Call for papers Ends on September 23, 2020 For the next issue of Impact, publishing in spring 2021, we are seeking papers focusing on recruitment, retention, professional learning and career progression in teaching, including school leadership. Topics can include, but are not limited to: Recruitment, initial teacher education and supporting early career teachers Equality and diversity in teaching and […]

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Distant Leadership

The #LockdownLeadership series hosted by Hannah Wilson is a collection of anonymous blogs about leadership during these uncertain times. This was my contribution See more at Ethical Leader For a ‘hands on, roll your sleeves up, get in there’ type of person, having to support schools from a distance has been challenging. As a chair of governors there should always […]

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This is how we look when we lead

This post was written as part of a series of articles featured on Nourished Collective where the theme is described as ‘the intersection between women’s identities and leadership.’ Unfortunately, I missed the deadline so I am sharing it here. Do visit the Nourished Collective which is a community for ethical teachers and leaders, passionate about nourishing classrooms and corridors,  playgrounds […]

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5 Top tips to tackle maths anxiety in the classroom

  Maths anxiety affects adults and children across the UK. It can be particularly problematic in primary learning where attitudes to maths are just being formed. Recent research has found that ten percent of children suffer from “overwhelming negative emotions” towards maths which impacts their confidence in class and at home. Oxford University Press is committed to finding ways to make everyone […]

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