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Singarounds Y1, 2, 3 & 4

By Jo Buckler on

The One Education Singarounds will be held at the iconic Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th March 2019.

Singarounds are an exciting opportunity for children to get together and sing at a prestigious venue. Songs are especially selected to support the development of singing in the primary school and are all age appropriate.

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Mental Health impacts School Attendance

By Alyson Knowles on

The transformation of mental health support places increased emphasis upon Schools and Academies, what support they currently offer and lays out plans to develop this further.

Do you know the latest research? Ensure that your school and staff understand the signs for mental health difficulties.

Children and young people are put under massive amounts pressures and is ever-growing. What can we do support them?

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An Education system agreed by all

By Pam Mason on

Is there finally a clear vision for our Education system? Are we ready to become part of a MAT? 

As a Governor of a ‘Good’ maintained school myself, I still have to question the actual incentives for us to convert. 

Sir David Carter summarises what should be considered by those who remain uncertain to their academy decision making.

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SIMS Annual Conference 2018

By One Education on

One Education were proud to host their second SIMS annual conference at the Etihad stadium on the 25th September 2018.

The event was well attended by schools across Manchester with the majority of delegates being headteachers and business managers.

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Therapeutic Interventions

Children and Their Education in Secure Accommodation

By Deirdre McConnell on

Routledge published a book and feature a chapter written by One Education’s Emotional and Trauma Support team.

Our innovative work with young people in the Youth Justice Service led to an invitation to contribute a chapter on our practice, in an interdisciplinary book on education, health and youth justice.

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Pressure to get it right!

By Jo Gray on

In school, the term is busy, exciting and filled with new beginnings for children and staff alike.

There seems to be a growing pressure on teachers in the end of each Key Stage to ensure that children do well in the current assessment system.

Trying to keep hold of our core beliefs can be difficult at times but by ensuring we revisit our vision and our purpose, we can help ourselves to focus on what really matters.

Look at this review on a belief on assessment for learning, an area that many practitioners are discussing at the moment.

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