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Bird Podcast: School Exclusions | Children & Consequences

Two chicks speak to young people who’ve directly experienced exclusion from school. Harry & Kadeem share how this affected their education and lifestyle as children. London charity, Just for Kid’s Law help us understand exposure to criminality and alternative education provisions to find out what it really means to do time.

Gain an insight into assessing high and lower level sexual behaviour concerns in schools

It can be hard to determine what healthy, problematic, inappropriate or serious sexual behaviour looks like in schools, particularly where there are limited resources available. This is where specialist provision and services can help. They can support you in assessing the young person who has displayed sexually harmful behaviour and help you to understand the nature and extent of the behaviour.

PSHE Talks by The PSHE Association

The national body for PSHE (personal, social, health & economic) education. Quality resources, guidance, training and support for schools.

Talking racism and mental health in schools

How does experiencing racism impact young people’s mental health and self-esteem? What does it mean to be an anti-racist school? And what are some practical steps schools can take to become anti-racist? These are all questions we explore in our new podcast series, Talking racism and mental health in schools. With a series of experts in mental health, education and anti-racism, we approach big topics like representation, culture and community, breaking them down into simple advice and practical steps for schools.

The Cult of Pedagogy

Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology — if it has something to do with teaching, we’re talking about it. On the podcast, I interview educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you’ll never learn in a textbook. Other episodes feature me on my own, offering advice on ways to make your teaching more effective and more fun.

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