Three steps to putting wellbeing at heart of every school

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Reading time: 3 minutes. Relevant event: The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference

Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Buckingham writes

Back in ancient times, at least 10 years ago, we used to believe that schools had to make a critical choice. They could either maximise their exam results and academic performance, or they could look after their students and staff, and care for their wellbeing. The clear conventional wisdom was that, if we spent too much time fussing about whether our students were happy, it would damage their academic prospects. Academic standards…

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