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.
WE sat down with Rae Snape, Headteacher of The Spinney Primary School and longstanding friend of WE, to find out about their approach to connecting to the wider ecosystem for the benefit of their whole community.
A group of school leaders visited XP School in September 2019 as part of the Stand Out Schools Initiative. Below is a range of their reflections and comments on XP’s stand out features, why they think it works, and their suggested...
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.
“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 were very excited to see 2 Whole Education schools celebrated for their great character education practice in the new DfE guidance framework.
How can research empower teachers to deliver '2-for-1’ teaching approaches (that improve outcomes while developing wider skills) in their classrooms?
"Our top priority is to live up to our motto – Learn to Love, Love to Learn". Rachel Tomlinson, Headteacher of Barrowford Primary School, shares her teaching story.
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:
A check-in meeting for Bedford Primaries using Spirals. A chance to share and network with other teams.
A day for senior & middle leaders to immerse themselves in KS3 models, curriculum intent and narratives.
A meet-up of Bolton schools using Spirals of Enquiry. A chance to network, learn from each other and move enquiries onto the next stage.
See the stand-out practice at Shenley Brook End School, which has developed its ASK (attitude, skills, knowledge) framework to support pupil to support pupils.
When: Wednesday 15th January 2020 Where: Keeton Rd, Peterborough PE1 3JQ Who is it for: Senior/Middle Leaders and Classroom Teachers in WE primary schools Cost: Included in membership for WE schools. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Fulbridge Academy is a four-form entry primary...
A Spring term spirals meet up to support teams delve deeper into their inquiries and peer support each other.