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Teachers - born to make a difference
Every child deserves a champion, an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.
School and community needs as real-world catalysts for learning
By using real-world problems as projects for children to solve, a primary school empowers, engages, and excites students.
Piggy Bank Friday 
An initiative in primary schools with 10-11 year olds to develop financial literacy. At one school. pupils saved over £24,000 in one year.
Increasing the time parents read to their children 
Nudges increased parental engagement, doubling reading time and benefiting children.
Becoming a trauma informed environment 
Research into Adverse Childhood Experiences has meant trauma-informed practices are rising globally in schools, prisons, etc.
Commission on Inequality in Education 
As well as factors including location, income, etc., the importance of parental engagement in education was assessed.
Reimagining senior school 
In the USA, 13 schools in 11 cities are exploring new, innovative ways to engage students and prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow.
Let's Talk 
Short videos and education packs that encourage conversations about key mental health topics.
Encouraging creativity 
Creativity is very relevant to the way people work and also discovering who you are - what interests you and what could be your vocation.
Books that help children understand migrant and refugee experiences 
A great resource to help get children focusing on identity, belonging, conflict, migrant and refugee experiences - helping them make sense of the world around us and our place in it.

Events (1 found)

Trauma & Resilience - Glasgow
@The Legacy Hub, 301 Springfield Road, Glasgow, G40 3LG
This is an opportunity to see the film 'Resilience - The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope', which has been arousing massive interest across Scotland. It deals with the seminal study of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), published in 1998, revealing the most important public health findings of a generation. How do we respond practically to the insights it offers? That’s the question we will address with this event. Email:

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