Last week student leaders from three SoTo Fellowship schools visited CALS College in the Netherlands to take part in an International Student Leadership Conference. Our students stayed with host families and enjoyed lessons in the bilingual school as well as soaking up the Dutch culture and local landmarks. On the final day we all attended […]
That’s the feedback on 2019’s head’s residential, held at the end of June. Some 26 Fellowship heads gathered in the tranquil woodland setting of Hothorpe Hall at the end of June for the Third Fellowship Headteacher Residential and two days of inspiration, sharing and thinking. Brian Lightman skilfully helped the group navigate the agenda, tracing […]
Schools of Tomorrow is delighted to be partnering with the Centre for International Learning and Leadership (CILL) to launch the International School Leaders Programme. Schools of Tomorrow Fellowship schools will be acting as hosts for week-long study visits by groups of international school leaders. Participants will spend time in schools and in discussions with school […]
Chantry High School in Martley, Worcestershire, recently hosted a student leadership workshop involving 10 of its pupils and students and staff from CALS College in Nieuwegein. The event was facilitated by Clive Corbett and Paul Kilgallon from Schools of Tomorrow. Following a tour of the school, the students shared their experiences at the SoTo National […]
March 28 2019 saw school leaders and students from Schools of Tomorrow Fellowship schools and partners come together for the SoTo annual conference which took the form of parallel events for school leaders and learners. Guest speakers, Richard Gerver, award-winning speaker on creativity, leadership and education, and Lucy Crehan, author and international education consultant, led […]
Four Fellowship schools have begun piloting the first steps in developing stakeholder conversations as part of a school-based pilot programme for The Big Education Conversation, which we are developing in partnership with Whole Education and Big Change. The four schools, Goldington Green Academy, Bedford, Peter Pan Nursery School, Bedford. St Barnabas First and Middle School, […]
Lead staff from Fellowship schools spent a great day in January working with Professor Bill Lucas as part of our partnership with the Expansive Education Network. Bill opened the seminar with a discussion on the changing demands on learner attributes and the expectation that young people will move into higher/further education and employment knowing how and when […]
SoTo Directors Isabel Davis and Clive Corbett spent a valuable morning talking with officials at the instigation of minister Nick Gibb. The conversation had a particular focus on Fellowship schools’ work around wellbeing. Pupils from Peter Pan Nursery School had created some paintings to present to Nick Gibb and are thrilled they now adorn his […]
Students from SoTo Fellowship member schools CALS College, Nieuwegein and Thomas Deacon Academy, Peterborough, worked together for two days to prepare a workshop on the importance of developing student leadership. The workshop was attended by over 50 teachers at the Nuffic regional conference in Soest on November 23. We hope this will lead soon to […]
November 15 2018 saw school representatives come together for the latest Schools of Tomorrow seminar on wellbeing. Guest speakers, Lucy Alexander, parent and Matthew Audley, from Place2Be, joined SoTo Director Clive Corbett to deliver a powerful and thought-provoking workshop on the importance of understanding and promoting wellbeing within schools, the devastating effects of mental health […]
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