News BlogPosted on: 30/11/2019
Health & Wellbeing Programme
Teachers from across the region engaged in a professional learning event on Monday 25th November, run by two members of our pedagogy team Ceri Fear and Emma Whitney-Embleton. Teachers from a variety of schools came to discuss school and department priorities in preparation for Curriculum for Wales and in particular the AOLE Health & Wellbeing. Delegates discussed the role of Restorative Approaches, responsive circles, impromptu conferences and followed group activities with a learning walk to see the theory in practice. This session built upon the October session, where delegates learnt about Health & Wellbeing being underpinned by the Four Purposes, the links to enquiry based learning and 'big questions' in PE lessons. There was a high level of engagement from all, and delegates are looking forward to the next session.