Posts Tagged resilience

Unplugged – Join the first UK pilot today!

Registration for the Unplugged pilot is now closed. Mentor is in the final phase of a UK pilot of the Unplugged programme in secondary schools and Pupil Referral Units in Salford, Staffordshire and the Greater Manchester area. Learn more about Unplugged Find out more about the programme delivery and evaluation in this blog post. […]

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Building resilience and character in young people

Building resilience in children and young people is one of the key principles of good education, and a necessary requirement in facilitating personal growth, whilst enabling children and young people to successfully navigate life and life challenges. This briefing paper looks at resilience in the context of universal educational settings […]

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PSHE in schools – Education Committee debate

On the basis of evidence submitted in June to the Education Select Committee inquiry on Personal, Social, Health, and Economic education in schools, our CEO Michael O’Toole was invited as a witness, alongside other experts, to provide evidence at the House of Commons debate on Tuesday 4th November.   The […]

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September 19, 2014 – Ofsted, PSHE education and the new curriculum 2014

On Friday 19th September we held the seventh regional seminar of the ADEPIS series, which looked at Ofsted, PSHE education and the New Curriculum 2014. Following the publication of the new National curriculum, this seminar explored the status and role of PSHE education for the academic year starting in 2014. The […]

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