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The competencies and characteristics learners need (free resource offer)

7 December 2021

The disruption to young people’s education means that, more than ever, schools are thinking beyond academic success. ASDAN’s Martina Veale identifies three essential competencies and characteristics that our students will need to thrive – and offers some free resources to help







Early career teachers & mentors: One week to go

22 November 2021

There is just one week to go until the inaugural early career teachers (ECTs) and mentors best practice online conference, with places still available for primary and secondary school professionals.




Cost of the School Day Calendar

8 November 2021

A Cost of the School Day calendar has been published to help schools identify and remove potential barriers to education for children and families living in poverty.




Anti-Bullying Week: Three ideas for cultivating kindness

25 October 2021

Ahead of Anti-Bullying Week 2021, Martha Evans offers three ideas for how we can cultivate a kinder school environment and create a happier school, including five questions to get your pupils thinking about kindness...



COP26: Climate change resources

25 October 2021

Free climate change teaching resources aimed at seven to 16-year-olds have been published ahead of the COP26 in Glasgow.



Raspberry Pi coding competition

4 October 2021

The Raspberry Pi coding competition is asking pupils to innovate to help save the planet as part of this year’s initiative.


Remembrance Day 2021

21 September 2021

Free teaching resources have been published to help children understand the importance of Remembrance and its relevance to us today.




Pupil Mental Health: Ideas, advice and tips

13 September 2021

A range of practical advice for supporting the wellbeing and good mental health of children and young people in schools is on offer at the Sixth National Pupil Mental Health Conference.



A passport to emotional literacy

30 August 2021

Emotional literacy must be our top priority as we return to school. Richard Evans discusses why and explains how his passport resource approach can be used to support this work



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