In this blog post, I discuss being a panel guest on the Sec Ed Podcast alongside Lucy Emmerson and Michelle O’Niell. You can listen to the Podcast here.
In this post I share my thoughts and resources around LGBT+ History Month and my contribution to the new Big Gay Adventures in Education.
I’m thrilled to have become one of Independent Thinking’s People – an Associate. I’ll be leading a webinar ‘Teenagers & Behaviour: What all teachers need to know’ in February and you can find out the details here.
This month I was interviewed on The Pursuit of Wellbeing Podcast, the podcast dedicated to the wellbeing of teachers, school leaders, and staff with Maria Bronsan, we spoke on many issues around wellbeing in the classroom.
In this post I share my Positive School News thread and a short video on how this is a preventative strategy for behaviour in our classrooms and schools.
There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to approaches to behaviour. Behaviour strategies need to work for you first in order to work in the classroom. Over the coming months I would like to encourage you to share what ‘behaviour’ is like for you.
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.
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…
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.
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.