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.
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.
A Spring term spirals meet up to support teams delve deeper into their inquiries and peer support each other.
An opportunity for Spirals teams focusing on exclusions to share their learning so far and plan next steps in their inquries.
The main day of our 10th Annual Conference will ask how we prepare ourselves, our schools, our students and our communities for the opportunities of the next ten years.
The main day of our conference will be followed by a day of masterclasses with Ron Berger and Mary Myatt. It will support your team to develop a deep expertise in delivering a whole education.
See the stand-out practice at Wilmslow High School, and how they have created a model for evidence-based CPD and assessment to impact KS3 curriculum.
A network meeting for Bolton school engaging with Spirals of Enquiry. A chance to meet with other colleagues, share learning so far and agree next steps.
On Thursday 27th February, Whole Education will be facilitating the second in our 'Leading a Whole Education at Secondary' series at Lift Youth Hub in Islington, London.
See the stand-out practice at Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre, and how they are using a ‘school within a school’ to give all students an education that meets their needs.
See the stand-out practice at Oakfield Special School, where a transformational learning climate focused on the whole young person.
A place based curriculum summit for CEOs, headteachers and leaders in North East schools
See the stand-out practice at Ely College, and see how whole education values were the foundation of improvement in the school.
See the stand-out practice at Bosworth Academy, and see how the school uses creativity in their curriculum.
See the stand-out practice at UCL Academy, and see how the school uses a connected curriculum to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills.