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Our community page enables people to educate, engage and support all children, teachers, and parents. By sharing their expertise, experiences, and stories we can all help to improve the mental health and well-being of everyone.

Britain’s shorter children reveal a grim story about austerity, but its scars run far deeper

Since 2010, our five-year-olds have been showing signs of reduced growth, a likely symptom of policies that have led to impoverished lives

Joe Swash: Teens in Care review – the sheer number of children failed by the system is profoundly wrong

The ex-EastEnder is charming, open and excellent in this documentary on the harrowing lack of support for looked-after children. The same can’t be said for the evasive children’s minister

Mental Health & Suicide first aid resource

My colleague had a heart attack in front of me’: horrific toll of Ofsted inspections

In the wake of Ruth Perry’s suicide, headteachers speak out about the stress and fear that Ofsted visits can cause

Seizing The Opportunity: My reflections on Shared Parental Leave

I have discussed my thoughts before I started SPL here, but it exceeded every expectation.

Smarter thinking

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Children's mental health week - 6-12 February.

Rishi Sunak wants all pupils to study maths to age 18

The prime minister is looking at plans to ensure all school pupils in England study maths in some form until the age of 18.

Exhausted, broken, at risk of heart attacks’:

UK headteachers quit as cuts push them to the edge

Its okay to ask for help

September is suicide prevention month

Call free day or night on 116 123

Sam Moinet

Leading the revolution in school well-being | International coach and speaker | Former teacher | Founder of Student Breakthrough & Educators Coaching Academy

Hey, If you are interested in learning how to coach students and young people then Student Breakthrough are running an Open Week at the end of August. This is perfect for teachers, parents, mentors, coaches or anyone who supports children. They have impacted the lives of 1000’s of students and trained 100’s of people in their revolutionary coaching methods. On the Open Week you will get… - Full access to their online coach training course - To meet past/current graduates - Set challenges to skyrocket your growth and learning - Experience a live training workshop - To actually implement your new skills on our live, practice coaching session It’s at the end of the month (30th August – 2nd September). All the calls are online, over zoom, and most take place in the evenings. You need just need max one hour per day. The Open Week is free to attend but you need to register your details first… Bit.ly/cbopenweek

Jo Morton-Brown

Headteacher breaks down in tears after ex-pupil from 20 years ago sends him a heartwarming message of thanks after landing his dream job

Mark Dent, the headteacher of Cambrai Primary School in North Yorkshire, took to Twitter to reveal he was bursting with 'pride' after the ex-pupil thanked him for his advice two decades ago

One in 10 GCSE-year pupils absent from English schools each day

Extraordinary levels of absence fuelled by anxiety, illness and cost of living crisis

Constantly evolving’: The secret to Finland’s top education system

Technology alone does not make the difference, but we cannot make the difference without technology.

Can teachers make friends with technology?

When I visited Finland for the first time, I had similar things said to me, and I made it a goal to try to find the reasons exactly why the practices I would witness there could not be applied in the Australian context.

Me, My Autism & I | Vanish & Ambitious about Autism | Hero Film

How childhood trauma could be mistaken for ADHD

Dr. Nicole Brown’s quest to understand her misbehaving pediatric patients began with a hunch.

Running for Darcy: The young women from Plymouth aiming to raise awareness of teenage suicide

A group of young women have been busy training ready for a very special run in memory of one of their friends.

Fostering Emotions

A new and essential programme enabling foster carers to build resilience and remain calm (even when it’s all kicking off!) through a new understanding of their own emotional responses.

Happiness is… making every minute count:

There’s a simple science to contentment – it’s about reframing your time around life’s little pleasures

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Children's mental health week - 6-12 February.

School refusal:

How parents can help their child get through tough times

Exploring how the summer can impact our mental health

Green Cross Thriving

Virgin Media

When it comes to educating your kids about the internet, you might feel out of your depth, when they’re learning, playing and chatting to friends on websites and apps you’re unfamiliar with. At Virgin Media O2, we want internet users of all ages to enjoy all the wonderful things the web has to offer, safely. That’s why our experts have created a children’s internet safety test to help build awareness for parents and children of all ages to ensure they are better protected online.

Ken Caudrelier

Everyone wants to Improve Achievement & Assessment - 82% of children learn and retain more through visual learning.

Developing Personal and Social Skills for Young People and Adults with SEND

A course for use in educational, community and secure settings to assist in successful transition from childhood to adulthood

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