Pandemic permissions: let’s keep talking about mental health and wellbeing

by | May 7, 2021 | Classroom Practice, Wellbeing | 0 comments

Last month I was asked by Optimus Education to write on what the pandemic has given us in schools.

From my work directly with pupils, supporting teachers and school leaders, there’s a clear answer: permission to talk about mental wellbeing.

Read the full article here to learn how we can use this to improve our education moving forwards…

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

The Power of Silence in the classroom – 5 tips on when and how to use it

The Power of Silence in the classroom – 5 tips on when and how to use it

Silence is often used (or attempted to be used) as a behavioural tool in schools on the premise that it encourages concentration and therefore learning, but we have to be careful: silence is a strategy that, if used unwisely, can create compliance – a very different result to focused learning – as the empty page will demonstrate at the end of the lesson.

Subscribe To My Newsletter

Sign up to my mailing list to receive ocassional updates when I post. I won't spam you, ever, and you can unsbuscribe whenever you want.

Thanks for signing up, please check your email for confirmation.