Taking place: Every Thursday, 2pm
Register: At the bottom of this page.
During this challenging time, it is more important than ever to be part of a network; to have the space to talk to colleagues, hear what they are doing and share ideas.
Our WE Secondary peer support network virtual meetings are designed to support you during this challenging time. They are an opportunity to learn with and from colleagues across the country during this fast-moving situation. They are based around schools sharing what they are doing that others might benefit from, and what they’re challenged by and would like others to feedback on.
WE Network Support for you
WE are hosting a variety of Zoom calls every Thursday at 2pm for you to connect with colleagues, share ideas, and hear what others are doing to respond to common challenges.
The topics for these calls has been determined by you, in response to your school and community’s needs.
To help schools collaborate and share ideas during this extraordinary time, all these virtual meetings available to all secondary schools. You can register at the bottom of this page.
What WE learned from our first half-term of virtual secondary meetings
Change leadership – barriers and provocations // Thursday 23rd April // what WE learned blog.
What practical ideas can help students and staff thrive during this extraordinary time – as well as equipping us provide a whole education more effectively when school reopens?
Effective online teaching and learning // Thursday 30th April // what WE learned blog.
What approaches are different schools across the WE network taking to offer online teaching and learning during to their students?
Preparing for partial return // Thursday 7th May // what WE learned blog.
Is a partial or phased return to school an opportunity to pilot ‘doing things differently’ and reimagine our structures to support effective values-led curriculum, T&L and assessment?
Mental health and wellbeing // Thursday 14th May // what WE learned blog
What approaches are schools using to support their staff’s mental health and wellbeing during this challenging period, and can we build on this practice when schools reopen?
Returning to our values as leaders // Thursday 21st May
With schools having been closed for ten weeks, how have we coped – as schools, educators and leaders – and what have we learned about what really matters as a result?