R.I.S.E. magazine aims to be a forum for everyone working within the education sector to share teaching and learning experiences, talk about new initiatives, make recommendations and provide ideas to inspire others.
Our brand-new, quarterly magazine, R.I.S.E. magazine, was recently released and has already been receiving rave reviews amongst educators – and we’re delighted to be a trusted support resource for people working in the education sector.
Be sure to check out some must read articles from this issue:
- ‘Creating community and celebrating diversity’ by Penny Whelan
- ‘6 ways to use pupil voice effectively’ by Kate Sturdy
- ‘Leading on diversity and inclusion’ by Azuraye Williams
- ‘Taking control to achieve your wellbeing goal’ by Nic Owen
- ‘Why the education system needs to be culturally responsive’ by Kaye Jones
- ‘Closing the gap in boys’ writing’ a Q&A with Nicole Ponsford
- Plus, many more great articles to read!
Check out what some of our readers had to say:
“R.I.S.E. is a refreshing magazine that promotes educators with authentic voices, sharing great ideas and insights to help others in the profession. A must for any forward-thinking educator.” – Evo Hannan
“A truly inspirational magazine empowering diverse voices in education… a fabulous read!” – @Gaiinz
“Just read this – what a great first issue!” – @MrsVeriTea
“Great magazine!!” – @viccut
“Well done, everyone involved. Really enjoyed reading it.” – @Headteacherchat
“It’s amazing! I wish we had one this good in Australia but it’s largely still relevant. Thanks for this!” – Annelise Dixon
“Wow! The first edition of RISE Magazine and it’s seriously impressive! It has a fabulous balance of interesting articles, interviews, resources and useful tips.” – Hattie and Friends Inclusive Story Books
See what some of our contributors had to say:
“I am so proud to be part of this – some brilliant articles by some brilliant people. Much and varied and very well put together. Well done – first of many!!” – Kate McCallam, Chatty Staffroom
“I love the new copy of RISE – proud to be part of it.” – Toria Bono, Tiny Voice Talks
“Very proud to have contributed to amazing BESA member NetSupport’s new magazine R.I.S.E. A great initiative to help the sector.” – Caroline Wright, BESA
“It was an absolute privilege being asked to contribute to this fantastic resource.” – Christalla Jamil, Experienced Executive Headteacher
“Really proud to have a piece in #RiseEdu magazine. @ReallySchoolK has done such a great job putting it together, with some articles from amazing people. And me.” – Jordan Day, Global Equality Collective
To discover must read articles, meet the panel, or find out how to contribute to an upcoming issue, visit: https://www.netsupportsoftware.com/rise-magazine/.