Prioritising staff would be 'sensible' and should be considered by the expert body, the party says.Read the full article at: www.bbc.com
Three key SEL strategies that can offer students a strong foundation to become emotionally and ecologically intelligent and improve wellbeing.
The music streaming site has joined forces with an Australian non-profit to encourage Queensland drivers to slow down near school zones.Read the full article at
Introducing the Japanese school model to countries such as Egypt has been met with approval from other nations and their teachers and parents.Read the full
China's special education has made great progress in the past decade, with the number of students attending school growing rapidly especially over the last
President Joe Biden, echoing the national teachers unions' biggest talking point on schools reopening for in-person learning, said that educators want to go
There's been much fanfare about technology coming to the rescue when the pandemic hit. How can we leverage technology for improving well-being?
A few have moved to distance learning, with some exceptions for pupils with special needs.Read the full article at: www.irishtimes.com
Early years educational providers in England have been told to remain open. Nurseries, pre-schools and childminders call for rapid testing and priority access
Issues include difficulty relaxing, feeling hopeless and being irritable. Many parents struggle to meet their children's needs during the pandemic, say
The Ministry of Education hopes to launch a comprehensive vaccination campaign as it remains optimistic of chances to return students back to school by the
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A Dubai school has brought in a classroom dog to provide comfort and support to pupils. Teachers and pupils can play with Lotus, a four-year-old retriever, to
While schools across England closed their doors to most pupils last week, early years settings are still open. Staff working in nurseries and pre-school
The UAE has intensified the Covid-19 vaccination campaign ahead of re-opening of onsite classes of schools on January 17. The vaccines are available for free at
The higher education sector is apparently coming back to its feet with the availability of Covid vaccines in the country, said top university professors in the
Cambodia has started reopening schools and museums as it relaxes a six-week lockdown following a coronavirus outbreak late last year. While private schools have
With attendance as high as 50% in some areas, heads call for pupil limits in England's lockdown schools. The two head teachers' unions, NAHT and ASCL, say the
Nine months ago, Kenya closed schools due to COVID-19. Now, students are returning, but the "new normal" makes studying more difficult than ever. Parents and
"Many attributed this to the Covid-19 vaccine which has infused a sense of confidence among the student community. Dubai schools recorded over 80 per cent
Primary schools are due to open despite warnings from teachers' unions and some councils.Read the full article at: www.bbc.co.uk
"Schools in Abu Dhabi will be offering only remote learning for the first two weeks of the new school term starting from Sunday. On December 30, the Abu Dhabi
Children in all public schools in the Emirates and pupils in private schools in Abu Dhabi will study remotely for the next two weeksRead the full article at
"The Arbor School is an ecological, coeducational school, based on the National Curriculum for England. It caters to Early Years Foundation Stage, Primary and
"From January, close contacts of people with coronavirus cases can get daily tests for 10 days. Those who test negative can continue going to school or college
The latest gadgets are bound to top a number of lists for the man in red, whether that’s mobile phones, tablets or gaming platforms. This year more than ever
This year has been unusual to say the least. Schools went online in March, thrusting the use of technology to the forefront of classrooms.
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From logistics, systems and the wellbeing of staff & students, the shift to distance learning has created huge uncertainty for educators.
Staff wellbeing can open a can of worms in any school let alone international schools where individuals are at times away from families and friends.
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