The SecEd Podcast: Supporting vulnerable students post-lockdown

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

In this SecEd Podcast we speak to three experts about how we can support our most vulnerable students after the Covid-19 lockdown and as they return to our schools.

The focus of the discussion includes looked after children, previously looked after children, those with mental health challenges, disadvantaged pupils, and those with SEND.

The podcast offers a range of practical advice, with themes including the challenges at-risk students may present with, spotting the signs, potential interventions and pastoral support, safeguarding implications and more.

In conversation with SecEd editor Pete Henshaw are Darren Martindale, service manager, vulnerable learners & virtual school head at City of Wolverhampton Council, Phil Denton, headteacher at St Bede's Catholic High School in Ormskirk; and Stephen Phipps, associate dean with Academy 21, a national provider of online alternative provision.

The podcast has been produced in partnership with Academy 21. An online provider of alternative provision. For details, click here.

To hear other SecEd podcasts, or to subscribe for free to new editions, search for 'The SecEd Podcast' in your podcast application of choice or visit www.sec-ed.co.uk/knowledge-bank/podcasts/ and for details about The SecEd Podcast, or to suggest future topics, email editor Pete Henshaw at editor@sec-ed.co.uk



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