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Hello, I hope your day is going well, and you are looking forward to a restful weekend.
We are busy designing next year’s school leader planners, which are going to be even better than this year’s! We’re off to the printers in a minute to talk through our designs. Next year, we have three local Norfolk artists creating your illustrations for you which will be beautiful!
Also, our coaching services are proving popular! It’s great that we can help support you on a deeper level. If you missed the last newsletter, and would like to know more, I have included a paragraph below for you, but most of our details are on our website, headteachers.org.

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HeadteacherChat's CoachingPlus Offer
Includes: 
  • Three, one-to-one coaching sessions per term with a qualified coach and experienced education professional. 
  • Half-termly online group coaching sessions - a chance to share experiences and to know that you are not alone. 
Book a call to find out how we can support you: 
Important Updates: As usual, please see the latest updates for you:
Secretary of State for Education - GOV.UK
PE and sport premium for primary schools - GOV.UK
Alternative provision for primary-age pupils in England: a long-term ‘destination’ or a ‘temporary solution'? - GOV.UK
Safeguarding LGBTQ+ athletes | CPSU
Updates from our network:
Now Press Play
The Impact of experiential learning - engaging all children in the classroom   
Find out more about the benefits of learning through sound, story and movement with now>press>play’s latest Impact Report. Over 150 primary school educators contributed to this extensive independent research report by Chrysalis Research. The report includes in-depth case studies on learning outcomes for children such as increased engagement, developing social and emotional skills, extending life experiences as well as improved discussion and writing.
Notably, 92% of teachers said it enriched the curriculum by offering something different, 82% said there was a greater willingness to participate and 70% said it particularly benefits pupils of lower abilities. 
Our Impact - Now Press Play
Edu-Network - TeachFX - HeadteacherChat™ (htchat)
Have a lovely weekend,
Lucy CEO 
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