Presentations – Supporting Pupil Wellbeing and Reconnecting with Learning through Creativity
Date Created: 21st Oct 2020
On Tuesday 13 October, we hosted a webinar for teachers and Senior Leaders, exploring how arts, culture and creativity can support the mental health, wellbeing and resilience of pupils as they return to school
We were joined by Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, along with speakers from schools and arts and cultural organisations across the south East, to explore how the arts can be used to engage learners, positively impacting their mental health and wellbeing, and the role of a Recovery Curriculum.
We were also joined by:
Nia Collins, Southampton & Isle of Wight Music Hub
Tristan Jackson-Pate, Artistic Director, Cherwell Theatre Company
Dave Ayers, Headteacher, River Beach Primary School, Littlehampton
Julia Wisbey, Senior Leader Personal Development & Director of Performance, Admiral Lord Nelson School, Portsmouth
The slides used by speakers can now be downloaded from the links below. We’ll be uploading clips from the session to our YouTube channel in due course.
Part 1 – Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chartered College of Teaching, Nia Collins, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Music Hub, & Tristan Jackson-Pate, Cherwell Theatre Company: Download now
Part 2 – Dave Ayers, River Beach Primary School: Download now
Part 3 – Julia Wisbey, Admiral Lord Nelson School: Download now