A session delivered by our partner Lyfta as a way to bring diversity into the classroom to support the school ethos around the importance of global learning and empathy.
Lyfta is an award-winning digital learning platform to broaden horizons and bring learning to life.
Facilitator – Dr Harriet Marshall, Head of Educational Research at Lyfta
FREE WEBINAR – Advice for the current times: Spring forward, fall back on Pathway
3 February 2022 at 4pm
Please join us for another engaging webinar where Andrew Hammond and Guy Dudley will be discussing the issues facing school leaders and those teaching and working in schools. This session will also be your chance to put any questions you may have to our expert Advice Hub and NAHT Discovery Education Pathway team.
We’ll be taking you on a whistle-stop tour of Pathway’s Advice Hub and Newsletters that bring you up to date with the latest advice and guidance and news and developments in the school and college sectors.
In this particular session, we’ll be covering:
- Sickness absence, flexible working, reasonable adjustments and staff wellbeing
- Risk management for your school and the positive steps you can take
Facilitators – Andrew Hammond & Guy Dudley
FREE COURSE Editing Your Next Chapter
8 February 2022
What needs to change? As the page turns onto a new year, your narrative may be able to change too. You can edit your current perception of the reality that you are currently going through and offer yourself an alternative storyline. There have certainly been a few ‘cliff-hangers’ in previous chapters, yet can you write future episodes in a more positive way? Resilience, I believe is a pro-active mindset, where you give yourself the best chance to pre-empt situations, allowing you to react to the many and varied challenges that you, as a leader, face in school. This does not mean that the challenges suddenly disappear, more that our perception of those encounters change. Looking after ourselves is key to how we react – this is the best way to edit our future chapters.
Facilitator: David Gumbrell