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A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well and that they must take care of their staff and their pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their potential.Well Schools is a growing community of like-minded professionals and stakeholders who believe that wellbeing should be at the heart of education. Wellbeing should permeate all aspects of education and be the foundation of the culture that staff and pupils experience. By registering free to the Well School community you are committing to join the movement for change in education, connect with colleagues across the UK to share resources and support each other and celebrate the impact of your Well School.
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On this week’s episode, we learn why Well Schools exists, how it came to life and what it aims to achieve in the future, with co-founder and host of the show, Kay Batkin, Network Director at the Youth Sport Trust.Our special guest this week is Rebecca Leek, CEO of the South Essex Alliance Multi Academy Trust (SEAMAT)The South Essex Alliance is an education trust that is committed to running dynamic, ever-improving schools. We work to make sure that every child feels they belong in their school and that they are lit up with learning. For us, learning is an adventure. It is a privilege and a responsibility for all who work with us to ensure that the journey through school is exciting, challenging, caring and enriching, and that every child experiences joy, wonder, calm and success.Rebecca is a Senior strategic leader, with wide ranging experience as a system leader within education and social enterprise. Rebecca believes in ecological and holistic approaches to organisational change and development, within education, business and lifestyle. Cross-disciplinary perspectives, permaculture principles, systems thinking, inclusion, light and love are all evident in Rebecca’s leadership journey.You can find out more about Rebecca and SEAMAT here: www.seamat.org/about-us You can join the Well Schools Movement, completely free, here: www.well-school.org Follow Well Schools on twitter to find out about exciting new opportunities to connect, collaborate and compare, plus, resources and events coming in the future: @well_schools Thank You to our supporter, Bupa Foundation who’s purpose is to help people live longer, healthier, happier lives, www.bupafoundation.orgThank You to our founding supporter, Youth Sport Trust, who work through physical education & sport, bringing together communities of educators and equipping them with the training, practical tools and resources to achieve more for every child. Find out more about their excellent work here: www.youthsporttrust.org Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing Wellbeing at the heart of their school. A Well School places just as much emphasis on wellbeing as it does on academic performance. It understands that children and young people are more effective learners when they are happy and well, and that they must take care of their staff and pupils wellbeing to create a culture that allows everyone to reach their full potential. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Within this final podcast in the Girls Active Coaches Special Series we meet Senior Sports Development Apprentice and footballer for Bridgwater United FC Leah Burridge, where she discusses with Jenny Wallwork her coaching journeys and how she has used the CARE principles on her path.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome back to the Girls Active Coaches podcast series. In this episode Jenny Wallwork speaks with GB Athletics athlete, Coach and the founder of the Move Charity, Gemma Hillier-Moses. WARNING: This episode contains real-life cancer stories and includes content which some listeners may find upsetting.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Join us for this Girls Active Coaches series episode focused on Aspiration with our host Jenny Wallwork and 2019 WCMX Women’s World Champion Lily Rice. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode, we meet special guest Young ambassador and the winner of the Youth Sport Trust Believing in Every Child’s Future – Young Activist of the Year at the Sport Gives Back Awards, Saadia Abubaker. Our host Jenny Wallwork speaks to Saadia about her journey and the theme of empathy. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
Welcome to the first episode of the Girls Active Coaches special podcast series where our host former International Badminton player Jenny Wallwork and The Coaching Lab founder Jack Rolfe, discuss his story and the episode theme of creativity. Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
The Youth Sport Trust podcast returns for a second season. In our first episode, recorded in December 2020, host Glen Harrington is joined by Ross Levy and Mark Carey from YST's in-house Research and Insight team. The group discuss an ongoing piece of YST research into the poor health and educational outcomes for children and young people. The podcast includes an interview with a YST Welsh Young Ambassador, who speaks about her experiences, an in depth look at the impact of COVID-19 on inequalities, plus top tips for how to start overcoming some of these challenges. If you enjoy this podcast remember to visit the research area of the YST website (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/research-and-insight-hub) and contact us on research@youthsporttrust.org.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode YST's CEO Ali Oliver interviews MP Nigel Huddleston, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Sport, Tourism and Heritage), to get the government's view on the future of PE and sport at this critical time.Topics also include the School Sport and Activity Action Plan, the PE and Sport Premium and YST's upcoming National School Sport Week at Home campaign which starts on Saturday 20 June.If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from. You might also know someone impacted by the COVID-19 situation who might benefit from our range of free to download home resources. Take a look on our website for more info.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode we host the latest in our series of roundtable discussions focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on PE and sport. In this edition, host Keith Daniell and Youth Sport Trust CEO Ali Oliver are joined by Tim Hollingsworth (Sport England), Baroness Sue Campbell (FA), Steve Grainger (RFU) and Huw Edwards (ukactive).If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from. You might also know someone impacted by the COVID-19 situation who might benefit from our range of free to download home resources. Take a look on our website for more info.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode we host the latest in our series of roundtable discussions focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on PE and sport. In this two-part edition, host Keith Daniell and Youth Sport Trust CEO Ali Oliver are first joined by headteacher Kathryn Harper-Quinn, practicing GP Dr William Bird, as well as ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton. In part-two (starting at 42:30), Keith and Ali welcome Matt Bowler, a school PE Director, along with Jess Byrne, who offers a unique insight into the world of PE at her school in Suzhou, China, where many young people have already begun to return to lessons. If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from.  You might also know someone impacted by the COVID-19 situation who might benefit from our range of free to download home resources. Take a look on our website for more info.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this special episode, guest hosted by former ITV and Channel Four news presenter Keith Daniell, we host a roundtable discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on PE and sport. Ali Oliver, Lisa Fathers and Liz Durden-Myers discuss the possible scenarios for children's physical development, literacy and overall wellbeing.If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from.You might also know someone impacted by the COVID-19 situation who might benefit from our range of free to download home resources. Take a look on our website for more info.Support the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode we host a roundtable discussion about the lessons learned during YST's Active Across Ages pilot, an intergenerational project which involves a range of schools working with older people's settings.If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from. Our next scheduled episode will be released across all platforms on Monday 27 April after the Easter break.You might also be interested in joining our YST Podcast Club! Simply click here and then follow the instructions on screen: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcastSupport the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
In this episode we speak to Jon Smedley, a former primary school teacher who has since become the co-founder of Teach Active, helping schools deliver maths and English through physical activity.If you enjoy this podcast please remember to like, share and subscribe on Spotify, Acast, iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts from. Our next episode will be released across all platforms on Monday 16 March.You might also be interested in joining our YST Podcast Club! Simply click here and then follow the instructions on screen: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcastSupport the show (https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-podcast)
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