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 high-quality, whole education takes courage, commitment and time.
Our core offer is designed to support you wherever you are on this journey and to work with your leaders at all levels 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.
At the virtual WE Inspire event on 12th January 2022, Headteacher Andrea Curran and Assistant Head Alex Borrill spoke about using the structure of ‘CREW’ to develop a positive and inclusive school culture at Stockbridge Village Primary School.
Rebecca Garrard is a Science Teacher at Crispin. Here, she shares her experience of introducing her students to flipped learning in order to improve competence, confidence and ability within GCSE Science.
Jane Kelleher shares her experience of developing oracy with her Year 7 History and RE students through collaborative speech and poetry writing.
“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.
Today is World Book Day, an opportunity for teachers and students alike to share their passion for reading. We hope that, despite the virtual circumstances, you've managed to have lots of fun celebrations within your schools and trusts. To mark...
Whole Education is first and foremost a network organisation; we believe that the expert knowledge to improve provision and outcomes for all young people exists within the sector and work with leaders at all levels to mobilise this knowledge. Since...
How can taking a child-centered approach to professional learning help reduce the number of preventable exclusions?
For the past six years, Whole Education has been a proud member of the vibrant and international Networks of Inquiry and Indigenous Education (NOIIE) community. At its core is Spirals of Inquiry; a child-centred professional learning framework that has had...
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:
Our WE Inspire Secondary network virtual meetings are designed to both support and inspire you as you move through the school year.
The second day of the Leading a Whole Education in Primary is a chance to learn from a whole education network primary school which has effectively implemented stand out practice linked to your own school’s project and priorities.
On 27th January, WE are excited to be hosting our second session of our 12th Annual Conference "Leading Your Evolution with Purpose" on Zoom.
On 3rd February, WE are excited to be hosted our third virtual session of our 12th Annual Conference "Leading Your Evolution with Purpose" on Zoom.
On 10th February, WE are excited to be hosted our final virtual session of our 12th Annual Conference "Leading Your Evolution with Purpose" on Zoom.
Our fifth session will be led by Matthew Parker, who delivers the MITA school improvement course for school leaders and Maximising the Practice of TAs training for school staff.