Recovering From Closure – Priority 5: Developing Good Habits of Learning

The trouble with schools is they don’t spend enough time developing good habits of learning. This is the fifth in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from the school closures.  Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, but place them … Continue reading Recovering From Closure – Priority 5: Developing Good Habits of Learning

Recovering from Closure – Priority 4: Developing Extended Activities

This is the fourth in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from the school closures.  Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, but place them in a stronger position than before the closures.  The 6 priorities are as follows: Become … Continue reading Recovering from Closure – Priority 4: Developing Extended Activities

Recovering from Closure – Priority 3: Raising Aspirations

The trouble with schools is that good things are sometimes forgotten This is the third in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from the school closures.  Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, but place them in a stronger position … Continue reading Recovering from Closure – Priority 3: Raising Aspirations

Recovering From Closure – Priority 2: The importance of Form Tutors

The trouble with schools is that the Tutor can all to easily be forgotten. As mentioned in my last blog, for the next few blogs, I’m highlighting six areas I believe are essential if we are to recover fully from school closures.  Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, … Continue reading Recovering From Closure – Priority 2: The importance of Form Tutors

Recovering from closure – Priority 1: Become Trauma Informed

The trouble with schools is that we were never prepared for the events that have happened.  We now need to learn how to recover.  Before Easter we dipped our toes back in the water and to some degree welcomed all of our young people back into school.  And about time too, but I won’t go … Continue reading Recovering from closure – Priority 1: Become Trauma Informed