Pupil indiscipline is now one of the top concerns of teachers – NASUWT 2019 Big Question Survey. We understand that challenging behaviour is an issue schools face on a daily basis. The NASUWT survey reports that 51% of teachers are made to feel that they are to blame for issues regarding poor behaviour. Blaming and […]
The courage to be vulnerable, to show up and be seen. To ask for what you need, to talk about how you are feeling, to have the hard conversations. To everyone who is ‘daring greatly’ in their school; check out Brene Brown – her Ted talks are inspirational.
“Thank you so much for your support, it was a pleasure to have you in school. Both teachers said your input has been the most valuable they have ever received” (Head Teacher, Primary School, Oxfordshire) This was the best email received; it made us feel valued and we were thrilled to hear it was valuable […]
The lighter mornings are upon us and spring is here…phew! Point5 wish you all a very happy half term. It is a time to rest up, recharge, and refresh ourselves.
It’s been a roller coaster of a week for point5. Some lovely comments from children and staff followed by frustrations with systems and services. Being described as a ‘life belt that is always there when we feel like we are drowning’ was a particular phrase that has stuck with us this week. We hope everyone […]
Featured in SEN magazine Nov/Dec 2018 issue 97 ”There is little doubt that a child’s attachment style significantly informs all areas of their schooling yet there is no mandatory training required on attachment for individuals entering education” We can help train individual staff, your whole staff team or partnership schools. Please look at our website […]