Paul Clark and Christine Franklin of Langley School discuss the importance of pitching wellbeing at the top of the school curriculum.
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Suzie Longstaff, head of Putney High School, reflects on how pupils and staff at her school have adapted to their "new normal".
Gareth Doodes, head of Dover College, reflects on the impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on his school.
Damian Henderson, deputy head (academic) at Taunton School, describes how a new exercise initiative designed around tracking students’ functional movements supports pupil development and wellbeing.
David Byrne, director of sport at Bede's, discusses how the school's sports programme supports pupils' physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Eve Jardine-Young, principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College, explores ways schools can educate the next generation on gender equality.
Andrew Halls, head of King’s College School, Wimbledon discusses the King's Maths School, a free school set-up to centre entirely on the needs and aspirations of children who love maths. He argues it is a model which can, and should, be replicated.
Sara Guy, director of sport at Leweston School, describes how her pupils benefit from an inclusive programme of sport and exercise.