Matilda Callaghan, head of cricket at New Hall School, explains how various initiatives at the school are encouraging girls to participate in and enjoy cricket.
“There are loads of girls who want to play football, but there isn’t always somewhere for them to go”
Guy Ayling, headmaster and principal of the Mount Kelly Foundation, explains how a girls' football programme is helping to level the playing field and provide more opportunities for girls to participate in the sport.
Pip Sanders, head of girls’ sport at Pangbourne College, explains how the school is working to keep girls engaged in sport while ensuring all pupils have access to a broad range of activities suited to their interests.
Spencer Leach, director of sport at Bedales, argues that careful management of a tension between competing and ensuring everybody is involved is key to ensuring all pupils can learn about themselves and develop confidence through sport.
Will Scott, the principal of Dame Allan’s Schools, outlines why he believes exams play a valuable role within the education system.
Tim Dalton, director of Shaftesbury Enterprise at Harrow School, explains how a tutoring initiative is providing valuable catch-up support for looked after children as they recover from the pandemic.
“As an IB school, we want to understand better how to help students develop meaningfully as happy and healthy people”
Mark Beverley, director of the Institute of Teaching and Learning at Sevenoaks School, reflects on recent research findings on the concept of student flourishing.
Jen Baylis, deputy head and designated safeguarding lead at Withington Girls’ School, explains how a wellbeing and personal development campaign is encouraging pupils to practise self-care and explore their cultural identities.