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A collaborative magazine for ideas, inspiration and shared learning

Issue 6 – Includes a FREE guide to Bett 2023

The R.I.S.E. Magazine is a continued commitment from NetSupport to do its part to support the education community, as well as a way to celebrate the sector and provide an opportunity for voices within education to come together to inspire and empower.

Although this issue covers a wide range of topics, you will notice some common themes:

 

  • Digital learning and safeguarding
  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Leadership and classroom practice
  • Reviews
  • Relationships
  • Resources
  • Interviews

As well as all that, you’ll find our favourite features have returned, including Recommended reads and one of my personal favourites, Pets’ corner!

Plus check out our guide to Bett 2023!

 

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Editor of R.I.S.E

Kat Cauchi – Community Engagement Manager, OPIP Host, ReallySchool Product Manager and Global Equality Collective member

Must reads…

RISE page 4 why every day should be a Safer Internet Day by Al Kingsley
RISE Page 6 should bereavement training be compulsory by Shauib Khan
RISE page 24 10 ways schools can better support their Teaching Assistants by Cat Allot
RISE page 18 a computing curriculum for digital citizens of the future by Allen Tsui
RISE page 17 Developing SENCO-parent relationships by Penny Whelan
RISE page 28 Are you planning for success or failure by Kate Sturdy

Thank you to our contributors…

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Al Kingsley

NetSupport CEO, Multi-academy trust chair, Chair of local Governor’s Leadership Group 

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Allen Tsui

Primary Computing Lead, Computer Science Subject Lead, Computing Teacher 

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Annabel Jeffcoate 

Teacher’s Work-Life Balance Coach (Balance For Teachers) 

Anoara Mughal 

Educational Consultant, Author, WomenEd London Regional Leader 

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Beverly Clarke 

Author, Educational Consultant, Coach 

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Cat Allott 

Twinkl Teaching Assistants Segment Assistant, Former KS2 Teacher and Teaching Assistant 

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Darrell Wakelam 

Art Practitioner, Teacher, Trainer

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Erika Sandström

 Digital Learning Coach, Digital Media Teacher, Leader of her district’s Social Emotional Learning (SEL) team  

Hari Neocleous 

Primary Maths SEN teacher, Primary School Chess Teacher, LogiqBoard Teacher

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Kate McCallam 

Writer, Teacher, Educational Consultant

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Kate Sturdy 

Year 5 and 6 Departmental Lead, KS2 Curriculum Lead, Year 6 Teacher  

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Louise Pennington 

Oxford University Press Professional Development Lead, Former SENCo, Former Specialist Teacher

Maggie Layfield 

NetSupport Inc. VP Sales, Former English Teacher and Supplemental Education Coordinator

Mark Anderson

NetSupport Head of Education, Technology Expert, Consultant

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Penny Whelan

Primary Assistant Headteacher, SENCO, EAL Coordinator

 

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Dr Poppy Gibson 

Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Author  

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Rachel Holt

Communication and Interaction Leader, Makaton Tutor, Sensory Story/Production Writer

Sheetal Smith

Primary Senior Leader, English Leader, KS2 Leader

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Shuaib Khan 

Twinkl Leader’s Team Content Writer, Educator, Podcaster

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Toria Bono 

Teacher, Author, Owner of Tiny Voice Talks  

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Traci Good 

Online Safety Consultant, Chief i-venger, ‘Association of Adult and Child Online Safety Specialists’ founding member

Previous Issues

September 2021
Issue 1

Read the first issue

Missed the first issue of the magazine? Don’t worry, access it here and read contributions embracing a range of topics and themes, such as: digital learning, wellbeing, diversity and inclusion, tips to manage workload and much more!

February 2022
Issue 2

Read the second issue

Missed the second issue of the magazine? Don’t worry, access it here and read contributions embracing a range of topics and themes, such as: taking control of your own CPD, language and oracy, reading and writing, using social media to engage your school community – and much more!

May 2022
Issue 3

Read the third issue

Missed the third issue of the magazine? Don’t worry, access it here and read contributions embracing a range of topics and themes, such as: Diversity, equality and inclusion, Wellbeing and mental health Leadership and professional development, Digital learningy – and much more!

July 2022
Issue 4

Read the forth issue

Missed the forth issue of the magazine? Don’t worry, access it here and read contributions embracing a range of topics and themes, such as: Representation, inclusion and community, Learning behaviours, key skills and goal setting, Health, wellbeing and support – and much more!

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December 2022
Issue 5

Read the fifh issue

Missed the fifth issue of the magazine? Don’t worry, access it here and read contributions embracing a range of topics and themes, such as: Representation, inclusion and community, Learning behaviours, key skills and goal setting, Health, wellbeing and support – and much more!

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