Newsletter – The Habits of Highly Effective People
The workplace is made up of many different character types and schools – which often feel like a microcosm of society - are no exception.
Newsletter – 5 Reasons To Have Plants In Your Classroom
There are numerous benefits of introducing plants to your classrooms. From increased well-being to improved focus and engagement, enhancing your curriculum or simply creating a nat
Newsletter – Building Trusting Relationships with Parents
The best way to build solid relationships with parents and carers is to include them in your learning community.
Newsletter – The Role of Routines
Imagine if you could increase your learners’ attention, let teachers focus on what is important and strengthen your students’ safety, support and academic success.
Newsletter – Future Forward: Warwick Independent Schools Foundation
Warwick Independent Schools Foundation (created in 2001) is the Governing Body for Warwick School, King’s High School, Warwick Preparatory School and the Kingsley School. Top
Newsletter – The Power of Independent Study Behaviours in the Sixth Form
Students in post 16 education have a significant period of undirected time per week on their timetables. Many students struggle with the autonomy of not having a teacher present du
Newsletter – Desk Layout: Using Your Classroom Layout To Enhance Learning
Would you like to increase your students’ chance of success by up to 25%? Classroom design – along with excellent teaching – has become central to students’ achievement
Newsletter – The Basics of User Experience Design
How important is the User Experience to Your Business? A survey by the Interaction Design Foundation shows the importance of putting your customers at the heart of your business de
Newsletter – Survey on Learning Environments
Schools in the 21st Century – is yours fit for purpose? A survey by the School Education Gateway has highlighted how the current school environment is not fit for the 21st