Nathalie Whittington, an English teacher and head of wellbeing at Dulwich College, looks back on the school’s Identity Awareness Month, which focused on community and interdependence this year.
Lydia Loxton, a Year One teacher and charities coordinator at The Roche School, explains how a partnership between the school and a volunteer network has been supporting those in need in the local community.
David Goodhew, head of Latymer Upper School, explains how genuine collaboration and working in partnership is helping pupils at local primary schools to catch up with their learning after the disruption of the past year.
Stuart Block, director of partnerships at St Paul’s School, explains how its unique peer learning app, Colet Mentoring, is helping students across the country stay on top of their studies during lockdown.
James Dahl, master of Wellington College, reflects on the wider role of the independent sector as the nation’s schools continue to respond to the challenges of COVID-19.
Peter Goodyer, headmaster of Bede's, explains how the school is providing life-changing opportunities for care-experienced children, with support from its local authority and the charity Royal SpringBoard.
Jessica Burns, partnership coordinator at Abingdon School, explains how students from independent and state schools across the town are benefiting from an innovative coaching project.
Graeme Lawrie, partnerships director at ACS International Schools, explains ACS’s ‘laptop drop’ initiative to provide digital distance learning support to 300 students across 20 local primary schools.