This week is Loneliness Awareness Week. One cause of loneliness in children, is bullying. It is reported that over half of the UK's 12- to 15-year-olds have faced some form of bullying in their lives, which is also reflected on a global scale with UNESCO data showing that 1 in 3 teens worldwide report being bullied recently.
EYFS is the perfect setting for our brand new resources, learn how one teacher at LEO Academy Trust used these resources in her classroom with great success.
Here at Amazing People Schools, we value people from the past for their groundbreaking achievements and celebrate the leaders of the future for their enthusiasm and passion for change. On Earth day, why not share these 5 amazing people with your students and see if you can inspire your young people to take action to help preserve our planet, just like this collection of amazing people.
The narrative of slavery has historically been taught from a one-dimensional perspective. However, in recent years it has become vitally important that we learn as a society to analyse, review and discuss this period of history from a variety of perspectives, looking at the good, bad and ugly of the design of slavery through to abolition and freedom. But where do we start?
Amazing people who are changing minds and raising awareness of Down syndrome through positive action.
Seeing the images and news coming out of Ukraine can be distressing and can lead to increased anxiety for our young people. As educators we need to address these upsetting events in a practical and helpful way. Read more here.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) entered the education spotlight as a promising approach to teaching and learning some years ago. Since then, policy makers have been strongly advocating for it and schools have readily adopted it. But what is the the rationale for implementing SEL into schools?
Throughout the month of March we featured 22 amazing women in celebration of Women's History Month. However, as we all know, women are amazing 365 days of the year, so use this blog as inspiration any time you need an example of a great female role model.
Bring new role models into your classroom this LGBT+ History Month. Use our free resource to start the discussion with your students. Explore the stories of these amazing people and learn more about what they have achieved and how they have turned adversity into triumph.
Science is for girls. This kind of statement has gained strength and validity over the past decade as the spotlight shines on stronger gender equality and recognises the role that science plays in our workforce. Curiosity, intelligence, persistence, and strength of conviction contribute to the mindset of a scientist and regardless of gender, the pathway for success in this field requires dedication, and passion for discovery.