Wendy Cobb and Bea Stevenson argue for a post Covid-19 education system that can ensure young people develop socially and emotionally, as well as academically.
Emotional health in home-school relationships: parents and school staff supporting one another through times of change
Wendy Cobb and Bea Stevenson discuss how parents and school staff can work together to support themselves and young people to continue to thrive as we navigate through a global pandemic.
Professor Berry Billingsley looks at how science can help us make sense of current times.
As we experience unprecedented times of Coronavirus, Wendy Cobb discusses how this is an opportunity to make a transformational shift in educational policy and practice.
Today, Barnardo’s Scotland released a report calling for more support to be made available for the mental health and wellbeing of teaching staff within schools. Dr Alan Bainbridge, argues that the provision of supervision in education should be a moral obligation.
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is sparking a national conversation today by launching a UK-wide survey to help improve early childhood. Senior Lecturer Mary Wood explains why studies like this are so important.
Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the School of Teacher Education and Development and Bea Stevenson, Head of Emotional Health at School at Family Links, discuss the need to encourage and establish a foundational change in the education system that positions mental health at the heart of all teaching and learning.
In light of a recent BBC survey, Professor of Mental Health, Doug MacInnes, explores different approaches to combat loneliness
As the country enjoys England’s success in the World Cup, Keith Saunders in the School of Teacher Education and Development, gives his perspective on teaching and mentoring and asks, are you a Sven or a Gareth?
Dr Ali Body explores funding shortages in education and argues that schools are increasingly turning to volunteers and fundraising to help solve the crisis.