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Face your Fears Week

Face your Fears Week
Changing Faces will support you in facing your personal fear during Face your Fears Week, from the 12th – 18th October. This aims to help everybody in the UK to overcome their fears whilst raising money. Whether you are afraid of spiders, heights, public speaking etc, this campaign aims to help give you the strength to overcome your fears. Read More...

Headteachers and Governors Unite!

Headteachers and Governors Unite!
This year, Schools’ Personnel Service in partnership with Leadership and Governance held a special event for those taking up September headships, focused on planning a leadership strategy for day 1 and beyond (17th July 2015). We are holding further events throughout 2015-16 and look forward to sharing in your schools’ journeys… Read More...

When good teachers go "bad"

When good teachers go "bad"
How does Dr G’s fall from grace translate to the classroom? Well, by now I suspect that many of you reading this have names springing to mind of people you may now be concerned about. The teacher whose behaviour management has slipped to yelling a class into submission, slamming books on tables or flouncing from meetings. Read More...

Reaching for the Stars

Reaching for the Stars
Let’s not hide our light under a bushel. If someone is getting good results, lets interrogate why and how so that we can share this more widely. When someone isn’t getting the results, again, what is different about them and their approach and how can we change it?... If we don’t aim for the stars we can never reach them. Read More...

Global Handwashing Day

Global Handwashing Day
Do the children you teach need some encouragement to wash their hands? How about displaying this Global Handwashing Day resource in the classroom to prompt them if/when they forget! Hygiene is an important step to help avoid getting sick. Read More...

World Mental Health Day – Finding Dignity in Mental Health

World Mental Health Day – Finding Dignity in Mental Health
Saturday 10th October sees this year’s World Mental Health Day, hosted by the World Federation for Mental Health. In the UK, the Mental Health Foundation is marking this with the theme of dignity. Dignity in mental health is not just about the care people receive but also encompasses the day to day living experiences of those diagnosed as mentally unhealthy, or not healthy enough, and includes how they are perceived and treated in the workplace. Read More...