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Desperately seeking normal: Outdoors learning and children’s wellbeing

Learning occurs every day in every situation. Sometimes removing the walls and empowering teachers, with time to spend talking to their children, will facilitate learning and will empower children. This awareness will help children to help themselves and, together, we will navigate our new normal.

Nutrition and children's mental health

According to the Mental Health Foundation, mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children and young people. The term mental health is, thankfully, becoming more accepted and understood as are the variety of issues that have come to be known under the general term of ‘mental health’.

Mental health during the early years

The ‘early years’ of educating children are critical in preparing them for life at school and life in general. Part of this preparation includes helping children to have good mental health.

What’s the future for practical assessments?

Paul Miller, CEO and Founder of VEO, discusses what the future for practical assessments may look like.

CPD in lockdown – an assessor’s point of view

Ilona, an assessor of CACHE qualifications at Oaklands College, found her role completely changed when the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic reached the UK. She was initially concerned about how to support her students, but soon realised the benefits of CACHE CPD qualifications to her college, the learners and her own development.

Play after lockdown – advice from Play England

One of the most toxic effects to come out of the current pandemic is the destructive impact it has had on children’s play; the spaces they play in, the degree of freedom they experience and their ability to choose what they do and how they do it.

RSHE: What is the priority?