They want more than just great exam results for students and pupils; they want to develop the knowledge, skills and qualities which will help them to thrive in life, learning and work.
Our schools and Trusts are committed to sharing with and learning from each other as a way to achieve this.
OUR CORE OFFER
WE know that delivering a whole education takes courage, commitment and time.
Our core offer is designed to support you wherever you are on the journey and to help you develop your team so that they can embed a whole education in your context.
WE believe the essential knowledge on how to deliver such an education is in the system. WE exist to connect the dots; to share how schools are already delivering a whole education in their context. Spotlights showcase the stand out practice of schools across our national network.
Ansford Academy is a small rural secondary in Somerset. WE interviewed their principal to find out how they are building student independence with coaching and a culture of belief in every student.
Harmans Water primary school have transformed outcomes and deepened learner engagement through a project-based learning approach.
Find out how Golborne High School is using innovative curriculum approaches to provide the right diet for each child; balancing academic and vocational to meet the needs of students in the local context.
“Whole Education is an inspirational place and space for people wanting to build a broad, balanced and rich curriculum that helps young people to flourish.”
Dr James Pulle, Headteacher of Wilmslow High School
Discover the latest thinkpieces and inspiration from our team of experts and the whole education community, as well as news and updates from our national network.
We believe ‘2-for-1’ teaching approaches (that improve outcomes while developing wider skills) are key to delivering a whole education. How can research empower teachers to offer such an education in their classroom?
The teachers and leaders across our network are changing young lives in their schools and classrooms every day. Craig Clarke, Headteacher at Lea Forest Academy, shares his teaching story.
Whole Education's Director of Secondaries Lisa Ling reflects on the word gap: on why it matters, why simple solutions aren't enough, and why she's excited about a new, collaborative WE approach to words for all.
Rachel Snape NLE, Headteacher of The Spinney Primary School
WE run a range of standalone national and regional events to provide inspiration and practical tips on delivering a whole education. We also hold a number of face-to-face days as part of our key programmes. Find out more and sign up:
Following the amazing speech from pupils at Ainslie Wood which opened the Whole Education conference in February, the school will share the approaches they use to prepare young people for their futures.
Our Secondary Headship Summit is a great opportunity to learn from national and international experts and build your own personal and professional network of secondary Headteachers.
Following a successful pilot in 2018/19, we will be launching WE Lab Classrooms to support primary and secondary teachers to trial 'two-for-one' pedagogies.
A check-in breakfast meeting for Coventry Primaries using Spirals. A chance to share and network with other teams.
On November 19th, we will launch our Leading a Whole Education at Trust Series to help trusts learn from and with each other. On November 20th, you will visit your choice of trust in the North West.
The Spinney Primary School host a Primary Hub Event. These are a chance to hear about great local practice, and share what is working in your context to deliver a whole education.