During Children's Mental Health Week, Suzie Longstaff, head at Putney High School, discusses a more "switched on" approach to emotional wellbeing.
Suzie Longstaff, headmistress at Putney High School, discusses her school's focus on oracy, which enables pupils to take responsibility for their own ideas and empowers them with essential skills for life.
Suzie Longstaff, headmistress of Putney High School GDST, argues the importance of teaching pupils about the business of entrepreneurship.
Suzie Longstaff, headmistress at Putney High School, questions whether there needs to be a more fundamental gear shift in the cultures that the talented young women at her school will encounter once they arrive in their chosen area of work.
Suzie Longstaff, headmistress at Putney High School, argues that when it comes to mental and physical health the simple act of being outside, “in nature” can have a hugely beneficial impact on both adults and children.
Suzie Longstaff, headmistress at Putney High School, argues that as the barriers to the global economy come down, the need for shared language is more crucial than ever in fostering understanding, successful trade negotiation and global security.
There is much that schools can do to prepare students so that they can head to university with their ‘eyes open’.
Suzie Longstaff, Headmistress at Putney High School, highlights the importance of helping students to choose the right universities and courses to prepare them for undergraduate life.
'We must ensure pupils have a voice in the classroom so they are ready to be heard in the boardroom'
Following news that an app is allowing nervous students to send anonymous text messages with queries to the front of the lecture hall, Suzie Longstaff, Headmistress at Putney High School, highlights the importance of helping pupils find their voice.