Inset day is normally a chance to share, listen and consider how to help the students. Unfortunately for most of us this inset day will be slightly different and will probably be focused on virtual learning. This short powerpoint could be sent to staff just to get them to think about who is inspiring and influencing students right now while on lock down and maybe help staff realise how important their interaction with them is.
This is something for just before we return.
Schools greatest asset is the other pupils and training older pupils up to become good leaders and support for the younger students can be hard. This is a starter booklet to give them some ideas. It is worth sending this out just before they return so that can plan their role and try out some for the activities.
Thérèse Hoyle as a passion for creating positive and harmonious school cultures. She is an international educational consultant and executive coach with over 21 years’ experience. She advises schools and teachers on aspects of behaviour management, anti-bullying, social, emotional and mental health needs of children and teens, staff wellbeing, organisational development, coaching and leadership.
Thérèse has worked with teams all over the world, so far reaching over 495 schools and 15,400 individuals. Her books include 101 Playground Games and 101 Wet Playtime Games and Activities and she is a contributing author to How to be a Peaceful School. She is also an adviser for the Wellbeing Award for Schools.
John Rees is passionately committed to improving the learning and life chances of children and young people, through the professional development of individuals and organisations.
Seconded from secondary school leadership, John lead the transformation of a 2-school research project into an evidence-based, behaviourally-effective, multi-agency wellbeing programme across the UK and overseas, with unique evidence of health benefit and educational improvement.
Since 2005 John has worked with Local Authorities, schools, charities and commercial groups across the UK and abroad to provide coaching and training, to support school improvement and ensure the wellbeing of learners and adults who work with, and for, them.
Creating a safe and appropriate learning environment
This is a PowerPoint presentation. Please download the file by clicking on the image on the left and play it in presentation mode. Click on the spacebar (or mouse) for each new slide.
John Rees, PSHESolutions@gmail.com
07710 401 688