Introducing our brand new wellness workshop, ‘Wellbeing Warriors,’ aimed at giving children the tools needed to live happy, fulfilling lives.
Posts relating to transferable FISHING NET skills, the transferable life-skills (sometimes called ‘soft skills’) which are so vital to our students’ characters/learning path/growth, yet often completely ignored or overlooked.
When teaching students whose imagination is locked within the confines of their games console, learn how a ‘can’t beat ’em, join ’em’ approach can actually produce some brilliant creative writing.
As a former socially-anxious student, now in the position of a teacher, I’ve gathered some good strategies to support these students in becoming confident as well as academic. Here are my top 5!
An introduction to FISHING NET skills: the transferable life-skills that everything else rests on.
A great technique to encourage creative writing for special needs and low ability writers.
A quick lesson idea which allows students to see mistakes as a means to deeper learning.
A quick read about different ways to build resilience in students.
How to create an ethos of kindness in your students, class and school.
Why we can’t allow children to avoid things in school because they’re scared.
Are we blaming students for not doing things that they’ve never been taught?