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248: The importance of sleep with Ed Gorst

By Mark Taylor | March 21, 2022 |

Edward Gorst is a secondary school science teacher who out of nowhere developed insomnia. This happened for roughly 6 months and was an extremely stressful and tough period to go through. However he managed to fully get over his insomnia and return to being a normal sleeper. As a result he created a website to…

247: Energy Reboot with Moira Newiss

By Mark Taylor | March 14, 2022 |

Moira is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and Wellbeing Coach who specialises in helping men and women with or without a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome or long covid to regain their energy through a combination of nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Chronic fatigue is not for life, you can fully recover. Moira can support you…

246: Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Review with Edurio

By Mark Taylor | March 7, 2022 |

Iona Jackson is Head of Research at Edurio, managing a team of survey experts and data analysts through projects relating to stakeholder feedback in schools. New Edurio research reveals half of children feel stressed and a quarter feel lonely. Edurio has published their latest research examining pupil wellbeing, support systems in school and how pupils…

245: Study Help with Aimee Buckley

By Mark Taylor | February 28, 2022 |

Study Help was co-founded by academic expert, Aimee Buckley. With over 25 years of teaching experience, Aimee is a highly sought-after expert and has been featured in many podcasts. With a distinguished career as a public school teacher (with a focus in Special Needs Education), she is uniquely qualified to ensure that our students get…

Nancy Stewart presents our Christian Schiller Lecture 2022 – NAPE 079

By | February 23, 2022 |

The National Association for Primary Education are delighted to announce that Nancy Stewart will present our Christian Schiller Lecture 2022. ‘Cherishing the growth of young children: what early years education can be’. Nancy Stewart is a consultant and writer with wide experience across early years sectors in schools, nurseries, local authority advisory service, and National…

244: NEO the next generation platform with Graham Glass

By | February 21, 2022 |

Cypher Learning NEO is the next-generation platform your school has been waiting for. It’s the ideal solution for all learning activities, whether it’s creating content, assessing students, or tracking student achievement. NEO provides a refreshingly new way to teach and learn that boosts student engagement and makes teaching easier. With an intuitive design and powerful…

5 Primary focused podcast episodes you should listen to – NAPE 078

By Mark Taylor | February 17, 2022 |

The National Association for Primary Education works in many ways to provide help and support for those involved with schools. One of those ways has been to sponsor and support Education on Fire. Here are links to the 5 episodes mentioned in this show. Details of the NAPE YouTube channel…

243: Astro Pi Challenge from Raspberry Pi Foundation

By Mark Taylor | February 14, 2022 |

Astro Pi Challenge calls on young people to run their own experiments on the International Space Station. I find out more from Olympia Brown, Head of Youth Partnerships, Raspberry Pi Foundation.  Two upgraded Raspberry Pi computers were launched to the International Space Station (ISS) in December 2021, enabling young people aged 19 and under to…

242: Plans to Prosper Coaching with Gail Swift

By Mark Taylor | February 7, 2022 |

Gail Swift is fiercely committed to guiding students and families to take action in their natural abilities. As a proven professional who can guide you to address how your child solves problems, the questions to motivate them, and their ideal career you’ve come to the right place! Gail’s work has impacted lives, such as Brittany,…

241: Opportunity Leadership with Dr. Roger Parrott

By Mark Taylor | January 31, 2022 |

Dr. Roger Parrott is the President of Belhaven University in Jackson,

Mississippi, one of the fastest growing and most innovative colleges, serving

5,000 students, including an online campus in China. Belhaven was named one

of “America’s Best Colleges to Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

He was named one of “The 10 Most Visionary Education Leaders of 2021” by

Education Magazine.

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