As a leader, how can I manage my own well-being as well as the well-being of my staff? We asked Independent Thinking Associate and our go-to well-being guru Nina Jackson, and this is what she had to say.
Tim Benton on the CPD Jukebox
How can I help a child with low self-confidence? We asked Associate Tim Benton and here is his response for our CPD Jukebox.
Jackie Beere on the CPD Jukebox
What can I do to boost a child’s self-esteem? We asked Associate and author Jackie Beere OBE for three minutes on the subject. Here's her great ten-minute reply!
Stephanie Davies on the CPD Jukbox
Why should I introduce more laughter into my classroom? We asked Associate and founder of Laughology, Stephanie Davies and this is what she had to say.
You Look Fine To Me
This is the recording of when Nina Jackson wowed the audience with her closing address on emotional health and well-being for schools at the 2019 SSAT conference in Birmingham.
Use these inspiring images from Associate and photographer Jane Hewitt to help children and young people learn to stop and look at the world with new eyes.
The Brain and Learning
Highlights of a fascinating and insightful conversation with paediatric neurologist Dr Andrew Curran all about the brain and learning.
Jackie Beere - Highlights
Highlights of a fascinating online INSET session delivered by Associate Jackie Beere OBE for primary teachers on well-being, thinking skills and more.
Testicular cancer is a something we need all males to be aware of, as this blog from Andrew 'Bernie' Bernard goes to show. And at any age.
A four-minute read
A Conversation with Dr Andrew Curran
A conversation with Associate and paediatric neurologist Dr Andrew Curran on the neuroscience of attachment theory, parenting, and great teaching.
A Message to NQTs and ECTs Everywhere
Associate Martin Illingworth is a senior lecturer on the Sheffield Hallam University PGCE programme. Here is his message to the class of 2020.
Guest Blog - Beth Dawes on the Object Permanence of Friendship
We asked Year One teacher and SENCo Beth Dawes for her views about relationships, friendship and helping some of our most vulnerable young learners.
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