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You may have heard the term ‘adultification’ in the news recently and wonder what it means. This handy summary explores the key findings of the recent report by the Commission on Young Lives, including suggestions for how schools can help vulnerable students thrive. The Commission on Young Lives (COYL) report, ‘All Together Now: Inclusion not exclusion […]Read More
We like to think we’re fair, don’t we? We want every child to succeed and have the best possible outcomes after their time with us. But, after the recent publication of The Commission on Young Lives report, and the shocking news of Child Q’s treatment (2), it’s time for us to take a good hard […]Read More
Hare and Tortoise thinking is based on the research and book by Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow, how we make decisions in different situations, and how this thinking affects the outcomes of that decision making. If we can adopt a thinking slow approach, this allows us to be self-reflective and relational. When we rush […]Read More
A Guest blog by Mica Coleman-Jones, a Principal Team Teach trainer, SEND leader and consultant. The views expressed in this blog are those of Mica Coleman-Jones and not necessarily those of the Team Teach organisation. This post was originally shared in 2022 and was updated in March 2023. Imagine a world where the most important […]Read More
As an organisation supporting a wide variety of educational settings, Team Teach has surveyed staff and trainers views regarding the key challenges they have faced throughout the pandemic. The survey reveals the negative impact the pandemic has had on pupil behaviour and highlights new and emerging behaviour trends that have emerged as a result. With […]Read More
Coming soon: Team Teach Connect.
Team Teach is evolving, with the launch of our new website and Connect platform. Connect is a new way for us to add ongoing support, a wealth of practical resources and the latest thinking in behaviour support. Keep an eye out for more info in your email inbox.