...or isn't that important any more?
Thrive trains teachers to make pupils feel safe and secure, as well as empowering them to meet their emotional and social needs.
It encourages pupils to be creative, so they can better understand and manage their emotions whilst developing their emotional literacy skills.
As a Thrive ambassador school, Thomas Arnold will share good practice with other schools, which will involve hosting workshops and awareness sessions for headteachers in the area.I guess it isn't...
I can't help wondering what happened to teaching kids to think for themselves and be self reliant as well as the three R's. Doing that would prepare the kids for life but I suspect this stupidity is more for the teachers - they don't have to teach the 'hard' subjects but just emote.
That whole quote was just meaningless garbage. Poor kids...
okjoe58: don't you mean "Wolof"; a language with the term, “Dingol rek!”
Trans: “They are real baboons”
Identifying the emotional welfare needs of prepubescents? Gosh...I thought plod had already bagged that tax-funded jolly.
"I can't help wondering what happened to teaching kids to think for themselves and be self reliant..."
That's no way to ensure a constant supply of 'progressive' voters, is it?
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