• Posts Tagged ‘wellbeing’

    Having the right tools

    by  • September 2, 2012 • Schools and Communities • 0 Comments

    A single bucket is the tool you need. School improvement may be much simpler and smaller having used it

    A couple of weeks ago I mentioned I’m working on a project that will be revealed soon. This project started out as a hypothetical exercise attempting to seamlessly integrate career education into the standard curriculum and became larger – much larger than that. The main reason for that is conversations I constantly have with...

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    About Fluency and Parents

    by  • July 14, 2012 • Schools and Communities • 0 Comments

    Conversations, vocabulary, fluency and parents. How to leverage them into increasing important skills like resilience and employability across the community?

    An article published this week on the BBC’s website made an important announcement about the roll out of free early education. This is aimed to help engage with parents and build a healthier lifestyle for their children. The report creates a direct link between children who meet key developmental stages by the age of...

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