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In his Keynote, Ken Muir introduces us to Issue 64 and the magazine theme of health and wellbeing.
We hear from Caroline Farquhar, founder of MindJump, about how her health and wellbeing programme aims to help the ‘whole’ school grow mentally, emotionally and physically.
We explore some of the work going on in Challenge Authorities Dundee and Inverclyde.
Fearghal Kelly, seconded to SCEL between October 2015 and March 2016, explores "What is teacher leadership and how do we develop it?"
Do we need a national Children’s Food Policy to help counter Scotland’s poor diet, high obesity rates and poverty crisis?
GTCS Senior Education Officer Ellen Doherty explores "Where are we now with Professional Update?"
Jane Arrowsmith guides us on the steps we can take to create an “Emotionally Intelligent School Community” that promotes the social and emotional competencies of children and young people.
Teaching Scotland is media partners of the Scottish Children's Book Awards 2015–2016