Regardless of the type of school - be it primary, secondary, state, or independent - the development of character and values as part of a child’s education is crucial, writes Thomas Garnier, headmaster of Pangbourne College.
Bryan Padrick, vice principal and director of studies at LVS Ascot, discusses why his school views resilience as a fundamental requirement for human progress and success.
Colin Baty, head of Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst, discusses how his school is countering recent findings, which have revealed Year 5 children are not doing enough exercise.
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.
Dr John Hind, principal at Dame Allan’s Schools, looks at the importance of offering innovative opportunities to make languages worth learning.