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Behaviour Tip #2 – Question

Behaviour Tip #2 – Question

Last month I was a guest interviewer on the Behaviour Bites Podcast and invited to speak on Behaviour and Complex Trauma. At the end of the interview I was asked for my top tips on behaviour.

SEMH, lockdown and return…

SEMH, lockdown and return…

Optimus Education invited me to lay out how we can best support young people who are dealing with trauma, abuse, neglect, mental health issues in our schools.

When children feel safe, they learn.

When children feel safe, they learn.

When classrooms are safe and secure all children, and young people have a desire to learn. In this post, guest blogger Yasmeen Multan gives some practical insights on how we can ensure this as we return to school buildings.

Meet my team!

Meet my team!

I often get complimented on my website, my ability to stick to a deadline, seemingly-ever-present-blogs and social media, and of course, THAT photo.
This is not something I have achieved on my own…

How do we transition back?

How do we transition back?

The short answer is that we cannot go back to normal. I recently spoke about this for #GlobalBrewEdIsolation – you can watch the video for it in the post.

Pass the mic

Pass the mic

I believe that Education can be an incredible force for good when it comes to social positive change. As such, in this blog I #PasstheMic – to share my platform and magnify the voices of the educators in my community who are different from me.

Behaviour Tip #1 – Listen

Behaviour Tip #1 – Listen

I recently got invited to contribute to #Eduteachertips channel on youtube, curated by Sarah Mullin, author of What they didn’t teach me on my PGCE.

I was asked to share a top tip for teachers and trainee teachers.

For Flourishing’s Sake

For Flourishing’s Sake

This month I was thrilled to be a part of the For Flourishing’s Sake book launch. I am a contributor to the book (in fact a quote from me is on the first page, which got be a little bit excited!) and I chaired the first panel with some of the other guest contributors.

Wellbeing for School Leaders during difficult times

Wellbeing for School Leaders during difficult times

Headteachers, Governors and School Leaders have had to make some impossible decisions lately. In the UK our lack of clear guidelines from government, has led to many Heads having to interpret – but not really know if they are doing the right thing.

Education Wellbeing Collective

Education Wellbeing Collective

During lockdown I was honoured to help form and join the Education Wellbeing Collective. We are a group of teachers, heads and consultants who are supporting and championing the evolution of wellbeing in schools and their communities.

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