Unlocking Future Success With Social-Emotional Learning
June 22, 2023
Partnered with Dudley Education Outcomes, GLUU are working with schools to reduce teacher workloads, by sharing best practice and proven Edtech solutions with one goal – finding teachers more time so that their students can thrive.
We’ve created a free programme of support designed to address the biggest issues – OFSTED, mental wellbeing and curriculum development to name a few.
Grant funding is now available in the Dudley area for Secondary Schools to claim up to 40 free pupil accounts* with askOLA. Students get instant access to specialist Online Learning Assistants (OLAs) who tutor, coach and support when they need help with learning and wellbeing outside of school hours
askOLA provides subject-specialist support with English, maths, science and wellbeing for students aged 11-16. We worked with students to create a service fit for their 21st century learning needs, including step-by-step solutions to any problem through our interactive whiteboards and expert help from our wellbeing community, on weekdays 3pm – 9pm and at weekends 9am – 9pm.
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A response to curriculum expectation through 4 key themes:
In this podcast episode we hear from four members of the GLUU community who are making digital solutions stick throughout recent Ofsted inspections.
We hear from Matt Wynne, the Principal of Holyhead Primary Academy (@ShirelandCA). He pulls back the curtain on his school’s January 2022 Ofsted and tells us what to expect. We will also hear from Corinna Travis, assistant head teacher at Abbey Gate College (@AbbeyGateColl), who takes us on her school’s curriculum overhaul journey. The returning Qahir Abdulla Damani (@ShirelandTP) explains the importance of wellbeing in a successful curriculum and finally, Lorraine Skellon, head of school at Eaton Primary School (@EatonPrimary) provides us with some easy-to-implement tips to aid staff wellbeing.
We’ll share how to effectively integrate wellbeing into your curriculum, so pupils are confident and make progress in their learning.
By the end of this webinar you understand:
Clinical specialists Kooth provide us with the knowledge needed to prioritise wellbeing in students (and teachers) including sharing and discussing their Pulse Report: State of the Nation including some shocking statistics of the mental health in children and adolescents. Together we explore some of the most common mental health difficulties and ways to support children and teachers at schoolRegister for Session Four
In this episode, we talk to experts in the field of mental health and wellbeing, a topic which is rightly more important than ever. We ask the big questions surrounding pupil and teacher mental health and gather effective strategies that any school can implement to support their students and staff.
Listen to “Ofsted – Eliminate the fear and showcase your excellence” on Spreaker.
We will reflect upon the state of the education landscape and the position your school has within it and ask:
How are you prioritising your students?
Our Solutions are your Solutions, crafted by a community of teachers, clinicians and industry partners to help you find more time to teach.
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