Feb. 5, 2021
The content in this document was written by Clive Davies of Focus Education. It outlines what ‘outstanding’ looks like and is designed to support detailed discussions including space for leadership teams to evaluate where they are and any next steps that need to be taken. This document is intended for Senior Leaders within school to review and evaluate their Remote Education Provision. It is built around the guidance outlined by the Department of Education.
Jan. 25, 2021
This booklet has been written by Nina Jackson and Kelly Hannaghan. Nina Jackson is an award-winning motivational speaker, a published author and an International Mental Health Advisor & Consultant. Kelly Hannaghan is a Mental Health & Wellbeing Consultant with 15 years’ experience of working in education as well as being an award-winning motivational speaker, school improvement advisor and published author.
Jan. 25, 2021
The digital world is vast, exciting and forever evolving at such a pace that parents often find it hard to keep up. It has an amazing range of information and opportunities online and can help us see the world from different points of view.
We have partnered with UK Safer Internet Centre and Amazon Web Services to put together this guide to support parents in recognising the reliability of the information that you encounter online and being able to advise your children enabling them to grow into a responsible digital citizen who is able to keep themselves safe while, at the same time, getting the very best from the digital world.
Jan. 11, 2021
This guide is for teachers in Key Stage 2 who are teaching about the Holocaust, it aims to give teachers guidance and confidence in teaching this sensitive subject. The guide contains suggested activities, a range of pictures and personal stories that can be used with KS2 children and was compiled by Gillian Walnes Perry MBE, Co-founder and Vice President of the Anne Frank Trust UK with thanks to the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and to Helen Wiseman, Holocaust educator at Primary Level.
Jan. 4, 2021
Striver has been created with a sole purpose: To improve primary aged pupils long-term physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga, mindfulness, and dance are great ways to promote positive mental health and they can be done indoors without any fancy equipment.