How do we take teacher wellbeing seriously?
This week our spotlight is on school or class transition and our top blogs cover topics including how to run a learning visit and how to create a teacher wellbeing policy in your school.
Top 5 blogs
- 7 Deadly School Sins – What if schools could work more effectively?
- 47 Wellbeing Tips For Teachers – How do we take teacher wellbeing seriously?
- Putting Students At The Heart of Data – How can you get the most from your data?
- Love Island: Is The Island All About Love? – Just how innocent is the television show that is taking the U.K. by storm?
- Learning Visits: How Teachers Can Support Each Other – How can we support each other to become better teachers?
Resource of the week
Whilst The 5 Minute Marking Plan cannot do your marking for you (sadly) it will help you focus on the job in hand and help ensure you maximise your students’ learning and your own. Find the full instructions of how to use it in the blogpost here and download the resource here to get started.
CPD spotlight: Transition
Come September, students will be starting in new classes, new years groups or new schools. This transition can be difficult for some children. Here are some blogposts with tips to help you help them start thinking ahead now to make the process that bit smoother and easier.
- 10 Tips To Ease Class To Class Transition
- Transition For Pupils With Additional Needs
- Transition For Secondary: 5 Tips For Parents
- A school in a poor area is five times more likely to be ‘failing’ than affluent areas. Is Ofsted fit to judge deprived schools?
- St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary School in Maidenhead sent an Amazon wish list link to parents of things it says need buying to keep it running including toilet paper.
- Dutch teenagers are among the happiest in the world but what is making the difference?
- 39 local authorities and education unions have signed a letter calling for councils and schools to be given more money to make sure that children with SEND get the support they need.
- 5Rights’ Disrupted Childhood‘ Report explains how persuasive design strategies, deployed to maximise the collection of personal data, impact on children’s social, mental and physical development.