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How teachers can cope with anxiety during lockdown
By Chris Pearse
30 Apr

For the thousands of teachers who are at home in lockdown this must be a strange, unparalleled, time to live in. In his latest article, Chris Pearse shares his thoughts and advice on how teachers can cope with anxiety during lockdown.

Parents – our time has come!
By Dr Kathy Weston
23 Apr
In this uncertain time, we are here to support you and your child as they learn from home over the next few weeks.
5 Key Principles for Engaging Parents and Guardians with Online Safety
By Vicky at Galore Park
17 Apr
The internet can be a wonderful but scary place sometimes. With so much information readily available at our fingertips, we’ve never been more connected. As schools are now closed due to Coronavirus and everyone is spending more time at home – and online – we’ve put together our 5 key principles for engaging parents and guardians with online safety.
What is the best way to move into a digital learning environment?
By Chris Pearse
14 Apr

As Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, schools and other educational providers are shifting to digital learning environments. Digital learning is defined as ‘any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a student’s learning experience’. Here, Chris Pearse shares his advice on how to best structure online learning and gives suggestions on how to get the most from digital learning platforms.
 

What now...?
By Louise Martine
02 Apr
As the uncertainty of the world we find ourselves in swirls around, we as parents or guardians, have to face the day to day reality of trying to make our children’s worlds as stable as we can. In her most recent blog post, Louise Martine shares her advice and goals for home schooling.