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BEYOND COVID 19: FINDING NEW NORMS FOR CHILDREN’S WELLBEING

BEYOND COVID 19: FINDING NEW NORMS FOR CHILDREN’S WELLBEING

Wendy Cobb asks if the current lockdown conditions could change the way we support emotional wellbeing in classrooms.[...]
Coping with Lockdown

Coping with Lockdown

Our Top Tips For Working From Home By The SCITT Staff Emma Day Keeping tabs on yourself.... are[...]
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Looking after each other & ourselves

A guide to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of staff at schools and colleges during periods of[...]
Preparing for your interview: A Q&A with Chartered College of Teaching Fellows

Preparing for your interview: A Q&A with Chartered College of Teaching Fellows

Preparing for your interview: A Q&A with CCT Fellows We asked some of our Fellows to share the[...]
IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY: WILLING TEACHERS TO CARRY ON

IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY: WILLING TEACHERS TO CARRY ON

As we experience unprecedented times of Coronavirus, Wendy Cobb discusses how this is an opportunity to make a[...]
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OFSTED Draft Inspection Framework: Emotional Health – A Missed Opportunity?

Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the School of Teacher Education and Development and Mary Taylor, Head of Programmes[...]
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‘Pupils who can’t ask for or do not like to be helped’ – reaching the “unreachable children”

'Pupils who can't ask for or do not like to be helped' By Emma Day, Professional Studies Lecturer If[...]
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Three recommended books for this Spring

Charlotte Raby recommends three top texts in her post on Research Rich Pedagogies for the Open University. Duck, Death and[...]
Positioning mental health at the heart of all teaching and learning.

Positioning mental health at the heart of all teaching and learning.

Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the School of Teacher Education and Development and Bea Stevenson, Head of Emotional[...]