Invitation only.

As part of our Wellbeing Measurement Programme, we provide participating schools with guidance and support on how to interpret the results of their Pupil Survey. Therefore this webinar is only useful for participating schools that received their Wellbeing Measurement report. 

Join this webinar and understand how you compare with other schools and the implications for your school. Questions you may want to consider. Thinking about the next steps and finding out more about useful resources. 

Please book your free webinar space on our website and join us on GoTo Meeting on the 3rd March 2020.

We will email you your access instructions and code prior to the webinar.

The webinar is free of charge. 

Cost

Full members Associate members Non-members

Free
(Up to 3 spaces per training/event)

Free
per person

Free
per person


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Nick Tait

Programme Manager

As Programme Manager for CORC, Nick works directly with members as well as on a range of projects in collaboration with CORC partner organisations. Nick joined CORC after working in schools, first as a teacher and then as head teacher of a large London primary school. Through his work with children he saw the importance of effective support for children’s mental health and wellbeing and worked with partner organisations to develop practice in school. He is particularly interested in the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children.

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