With the return of examinations in Summer 2022, this blog series hears a range of expert voices who share their insight and advice covering wellbeing approaches for students and teachers in an often uncertain post-pandemic world.
Read our series ‘Looking after students and staff wellbeing during exam season’
We have partnered with experts from stem4 and The Children’s Society who shared their advice for students approaching exam season.
“Revision is the key to confidence when it comes to exams and students are aware teachers are always willing to help students!”‘Looking after student and staff wellbeing during exam season: Part two of three.’
Whole school approaches to wellbeing are desperately needed. I often equate it to a multi-sensory experiences. Amongst other things, when done properly, this approach can be seen, heard and felt. It is evident for all stakeholders to see.Mike Armiger writes in “Wellbeing- the importance of professional development for OUP
There is a universality to wellbeing: it is for everyone, not just for those who need it at a particular moment in time, to the child feeling anxious, with worries at home or concerns with their learning, but for every member of the school community, especially those who might pass under the radar.Andrew Cowley- “Wellbeing: A Whole School Approach”
We will continue to add to this site throughout the exam season. Stay tuned for more blogs from our expert team!