Communities of Practice

Early in 2022, following analysis of survey responses, participating schools (and localities) will receive aggregated feedback, using the dynamic online data dashboard first developed for HeadStart, which enables them to interrogate data trends at different levels of granularity and over time through intuitive, accessible visualisations. The Child Outcomes Research Consortium will provide expert support for schools to act on this evidence.

The project team will also look to build a Community of Practice around wellbeing in schools, bringing together experts, evidence and practitioners to engage collaboratively in the spreading of best practice. This will lead to opportunities for peer-to-peer support around promoting young people wellbeing in schools, often the most effective space for teacher professional development.

As this work develops, more information will follow here.

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