Over the last decade, countries around the world have pledged their support for the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. At the heart of this are the Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). These goals have been developed to reduce poverty, address inequality, climate change and environmental degradation, and create peace and justice to achieve a […]Read More
In one way or another, all of our past experiences – including traumatic ones – shape our behaviour in the here and now. To offer the best support to the individuals we care for, we need to recognise how experiences influence behaviour, and understand what effective trauma-informed care looks like. Most importantly, we need to […]Read More
Over the past few years, we have all faced the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic, and the repercussions are still being felt today. Our collective mental health has taken a hit as we try to make sense of a world that has changed beyond recognition, and it is our young people who are bearing […]Read More
As you return after the recent break, hopefully well rested, recharged and ready to embrace the new academic year, you may be expecting to see emotions run high for many children as you welcome both new and returning students once again. We all know the excitement of a new chapter in our lives can come […]Read More
A guest blog by Jack Pattinson, Senior Team Teach trainer, behaviour specialist, and inclusion advocate. Let’s face it – things can move quickly in our workplaces, and when necessary, responding to a situation can be fast-paced, safety driven, and high intensity. Distinguishing between ‘reacting to’ and ‘responding to’ behaviour is key, even in the heat […]Read More
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