The Revolution in Student Wellbeing with Sam Moinet

The Revolution in Student Wellbeing with Sam Moinet

“We’re all going to fail. Spoiler alert. It’s how we engage with failure that’s important. Ask yourself: what can I learn from this? How can I use this knowledge?” Sam Moinet is a former History teacher and the founder of ‘Student...
Regaining Your Mojo with Hannah Wilson

Regaining Your Mojo with Hannah Wilson

“(Our) mojo is a positive collision of all the different facets of what we care about, what we enjoy doing, how we can carve out a way of being that brings together that purpose, passion, and fulfilment.” I came across a blog, Regaining Your Mojo by Hannah...
The Profession Knows Best with Dame Alison Peacock

The Profession Knows Best with Dame Alison Peacock

“The reason I lead the Chartered College of Teaching is that the profession very often knows best and too often we’re subject to external interference.” Professor Dame Alison Peacock is Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, a new...
The Power of Flexible Working with Lucy Rose

The Power of Flexible Working with Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose co-founded “Flexible Teacher Talent” with Lindsay Patience. They are passionate about normalising flexible working in schools in order to retain effective teachers and leaders. In this insightful and practical episode, Lindsay talks about: The...