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Are Teachers Equipped To Deal With The Ills Of Society?

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A teacher’s role has always been much more than simply imparting the fundamental skills of reading, writing and … Read More »

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How Effective Are Your Student Wellbeing Strategies?

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What is social and emotional wellbeing? Social and emotional wellbeing is about happiness and life satisfaction. It is about positive … Read More »

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Grade One Student Sex Acts Cover-Up Angers And Shocks Parents

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Students at a Victorian state school have been left traumatised, and parents angry and shocked, after a seven-year-old … Read More »

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How Schools Can Understand And Respond To Self-Harm

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Given current national statistics, we can safely assume there are very few young people who haven’t known someone who … Read More »

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Beyond McMindfulness

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

Suddenly mindfulness meditation has become mainstream, making its way into schools, corporations, prisons, and government agencies including the … Read More »

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More Bubblers – Simple Way For Kids To Fight Obesity?

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Children in America are steadily getting more and more obese. The numbers are staggering. In 1980, 7 percent … Read More »

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Sir Anthony Seldon Says Test Obsession Wrecks Education

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Thomas Gradgrind, the notorious school-board superintendent in Charles Dickens’s novel Hard Times, is alive and well and running … Read More »

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‘Schools Largely to Blame for Rising Mental Health Issues’

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

The mental health epidemic among the young represents one of the greatest challenges facing our schools. According to the leading charity, … Read More »

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High School Sexting Scandal Shines Light on Ghost Apps that Keep Nude Photos Hidden

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

When students were caught participating in an illicit photo ring that was operating out of Cañon City High School in Colorado, … Read More »

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Formal After-Parties – The Online Fallout

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I’m regularly asked about my views and concerns of school formal after-parties, particularly those where every aspect of the after-party is outsourced to a private company. I … Read More »

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