Health, Wellbeing and Behaviour


Talking about death with pupils

11 May 2016

Death is something we shy away from talking about on a personal level. Anna Feuchtwang says it is time to open up the conversation in our schools


Make the most of your half-term

11 May 2016

Research shows the importance of teachers taking the time to have a proper break from school during holiday periods. With half-term approaching, Julian Stanley advises


Why are our young so stressed?

11 May 2016

Feelings of stress and anxiety among our young people are on the rise, but why? Dr Stephanie Thornton looks at what the research is telling us and considers what schools can do


Tackling the bullying of pupils with SEND

4 May 2016

Disabled students and pupils with SEN are more likely to be bullied – a hard truth that is too often overlooked. Drawing on work by the Anti-Bullying Alliance to develop effective practice to tackle this kind of bullying, Sophie Keenleyside offers some practical advice to schools


Homophobia: What do you see?

4 May 2016

How much homophobic bullying in schools do we, as teachers, actually see? A senior school leader looks at the prevalence of incidents and asks what we, as schools, can do



Preparing pupils for puberty

27 April 2016

Young people say that they are learning too little, too late to prepare them for puberty and adolescence. Anna Feuchtwang looks at how schools can get it right




Using Shakespeare to support your pupils

13 April 2016

Shakespeare is not just the domain of English lessons and can be used to tackle a wealth of issues across school life. Drawing on the work, resources and expertise of Shakespeare’s Globe, Georghia Ellinas explains more



Child protection: Domestic violence and abuse

16 March 2016

Domestic violence is a child protection issue that schools must be prepared for. Expert Dr Julie Leoni explains what abuse can look like, the impact on children, spotting the signs and taking action


Stress: Keeping your head above water

16 March 2016

As a headteacher, James Hilton fell victim to the huge stress that can affect many school leaders. He now spends his time helping education professionals to recognise and overcome the symptoms of stress. It is a theme tackled in his new book. We invited him to offer some advice to others


Coming out during adolescence

16 March 2016

It is a sad fact that gay and lesbian young people still face huge challenges when they come out – not least prejudice and bullying. Dr Stephanie Thornton looks at what they can face and offers schools advice


Setting limits on sexting

9 March 2016

We need to accept that sexting is here to stay, says Karen Sullivan. She looks at what teachers and parents can do to talk to young people so they understand the risks they are taking


Supporting transgender pupils

9 March 2016

Schools have legal and moral duties to support pupils who face gender identity issues or have gender dysphoria. Dr Stephanie Thornton explains and offers advice


Online safety threats facing students in 2016

9 March 2016

With Ofsted’s close focus on the online safety of your pupils, what are the key threats and risks that schools must be tackling? Online safety expert Ken Corish advises


Sexting: Tackling a growing problem

24 February 2016

Plans to stop children being prosecuted for ‘sexting’ will not make life any easier for schools trying to tackle this modern phenomenon. Karen Sullivan offers some practical advice


Mental health – what about the teachers?

24 February 2016

The focus on young people’s mental health is important, says Julian Stanley, but we must not forget school staff – who are just as vulnerable to problems






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