Monthly Archives:: July 2020

Date Posted: July 29, 2020

                    Communicating with your staff and hearing their point of view is very important for the wellbeing of the school. Staff should be given the freedom to communicate freely and openly, to have a say in what has an impact them, their students, and the school altogether,… Read more »

Date Posted: July 27, 2020

  As of September, many schools will be reopening after the summer holidays and lockdown. The schools will have to take strict measures for the staff and students’ wellbeing, Some student may still continue homeschooling as they may be worried to go back to schools and take things slow. But for those who will be… Read more »

Date Posted: July 24, 2020

  As many teachers are homeschooling children via various methods such as online videos, setting assignments to complete, emails, or telephone to stay up to date. This all can be overwhelming for the child if you want to know a simple way to boost their wellbeing and mindfulness then keep reading. While you are carrying… Read more »

Date Posted: July 22, 2020

  Homeschooling has been tough on both teachers and pupils as the huge impact it made in their lives from shifting from attending school to teach and learn from home. Teachers have to make an extra effort to teach their students, set them homework, and work with them together to continue their studies the best… Read more »

Date Posted: July 20, 2020

Motivating those new to leadership   It is important to set out goals for yourself and your team to perform better and increase productivity as in this pandemic, it has been a tough time for everyone. Every team needed to reflect on their priorities, roles, and responsibilities to function at a high standard. This required… Read more »