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Your quarterly collaborative magazine for ideas, inspiration and shared learning

Issue 3 – May 2022

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:


  • Diversity, equality and inclusion
  • Wellbeing and mental health
  • Leadership and professional development
  • Digital learning

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

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Editor of R.I.S.E

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

Must reads…

Thank you to our contributors…

Mark Anderson

Director at ICT Evangelist and Global EdTech, and NetSupport Group Head of Education

Anna MacPherson

Senior Early Years Officer

Oliver Wright

Sector Manager for Senior
Leadership at Twinkl

Cat Allott

Segment Assistant at Twinkl Teaching Assistants

Allen Tsui

Computer Science Lead and Specialist Primary and Secondary Computing Teacher

Penny Whelan

Assistant Headteacher, SENCO, EAL Coordinator and Schools Linking Network Operations Manager

Toria Bono

Year 4 Teacher, Equity and Diversity Lead, Evidence Lead Educator and Founder of #TinyVoiceTalks 

Georgina Durrant

Private Tutor, Author and Founder of the SEN Resources Blog

Gunjan Tomar

Activities and Service As Action Coordinator, CAS Co- Coordinator and SEL Coach and Learning Support Facilitator

Hari Neocleous

Primary Maths and Chess Teacher and a Maths Intervention Lead

Henry Sauntson

SCITT Director and Assistant Headteacher

Kate McCallam

Writer and Educational Consultant for Computing and Literacy 

Jonathan Coy

CEO of HeadteacherChat, former Headteacher and Deputy CEO of an Academy Trust

Juliet Park

Director MFL, National Consultant and Author

Karl C. Pupé

Alternative Provision Lead, Specialist in Behaviour Management, Author and Founder of The Action Hero Teacher

Kate Sturdy

Key Stage 2 Curriculum Lead, Year 6 Teacher and Departmental Lead

Liz Bury

NetSupport Group Editorial Manager, Musician and Violin Tutor

Neeru Mittal

Classroom Educator, IT and Computer Science Specialist

Nicole Ponsford

Co-Founder and Education CEO of The Global Equality Collective, Director of EdTech UK and Harvard Author

Ben Whitaker

Educational Consultant and Host of the Edufuturists Podcast

Rachel Holt

Communication and Interaction Leader and Makaton Tutor

Sammy White

Teaching and Learning Specialist at Texthelp, Maths Teacher (FE)

Tilly Brooke

Chief Operating Officer of now>press>play, part of KLASP management comittee

Vineeta Garg

Award winning Educator and IT Head at SRDAV Public School

Sophie Brown

Communication and Marketing Officer at Yes Futures

Wendy White

CEO and Creator of My Mood Stars, former Childminder

Fabian Darku

Teacher-Trainer and Teaching and Learning Leader with Master’s Degrees in Teaching and Learning and Sport and Culture

Wolfgang Soeldner

Head of Global Education at i3 Technologies, former Languages Teacher

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!

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