Is your school mentally healthy?

15th November 2019

Is your school’s ethos informed by a thorough knowledge of mental health issues and trauma? If so, you could be eligible for an award that recognises your commitment to supporting both pupils and staff through [read more]

Tackling childhood obesity in schools

14th November 2019

As child obesity rates continue to rise, schools are increasingly under pressure to encourage healthy eating to prevent the crisis from spiralling even further In England, local authority maintained schools must be open for at [read more]

Encouraging school-wide wellbeing

12th November 2019

Wellbeing isn’t just for staff, but for pupils, too, in order to create a truly healthy school Wellbeing in schools starts from the top-down and affects everybody involved, from the headteacher to the pupils – [read more]

Turn your lunch break green

30th October 2019

It’s widely known that spending time in the great outdoors can have a powerful impact on your mental health, but now new research suggests that spending time in a park during your lunch break can make [read more]

Wellbeing is the new black

25th October 2019

Kristina Gambling, a SEND and high needs tutor, explores the wellbeing barriers faced by some of the unsung heroes of education – network managers Published with permission from the ANME website With the 2017 government [read more]

The magic of the ‘ta-da’ list

24th October 2019

Jo Gathern, SBM and data protection officer at Glebe Primary School in Sussex, reflects on how to make the best of an endlessly busy to-do list by turning it into a ‘ta-da’ list, and why [read more]

Will that Jaguar bring me joy?

23rd October 2019

The idea of having lots of luxury goods is appealing to most people, but how much of a meaningful difference does having a nice car, big house or a new item of clothing make to [read more]

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