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  The education landscape is changing Prior to the outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis, a shift was beginning to take place in the education landscape in order to better balance what had, for many, become an intense and even harmful focus on academic outcomes with more Social and Emotional Learning (SEL).  The Human Values Foundation […]

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Introduction  – What are Values? Values are deeply held principles that: guide our decisions & behaviour, influence our emotions, help define who we are, what we believe & how we live. Values are held in our heart. That which is dear to us is what we value. Another word for value is virtue, a natural […]

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Illness, bereavement, disruption to life, high stress levels, community spirit, … The pandemic has forced many to really consider what matters most in life. Impact on children’s learning The Human Values Foundation education charity was established in August 1995 by a primary school teacher, June Auton, who worked in a school on the south coast […]

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UK Values Alliance

This is the latest article from Rosemary Dewan for InnovateMySchool and is available here. InnovateMySchool’s theme for October is about encouraging creativity to bring teaching and learning to life since no one education system fits all. With World Values Day around the corner, we hope readers will register the importance of our values and how they define us.

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UK Values Alliance

Rosemary Dewan is the CEO of the Human Values Foundation which supplies materials to help embed a positive values culture in schools. Every term, they write a values-themed piece for InnovateMySchool. In July, their guide for writers was: ‘What’s next? Innovators from across a wide swathe of education areas share thoughts, advice and products to prepare the students of […]

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Rosemary Dewan

With so much emphasis on academic outcomes and the growing concerns about the mental and physical wellbeing of many students today, how can we give young children and adolescents a rich education that enables them to fulfil their true potential and prepares them well for life as informed, active and dynamic global citizens? For more Going […]

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Lindsay West

Lack of confidence is one of the most common and significant challenges for successful women. It can prevent people in leadership roles from contributing to their full potential. This has a high cost for both personal fulfilment and the impact you can have for your organisation. Courageous leaders use five values to succeed in key […]

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Lindsay West

2016 has proved to be a year full of the unexpected, Charles Fowler of The UK Values Alliance shares his personal views on the current situation in the Global Action Plan’s newsletter, follow this link to read more… http://globalactionplan-mail.org.uk/D8B-4MKT7-FCNHS3XJB6/cr.aspx

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Lindsay West

This is a really interesting article in Harvard Business Review where research shows evidence that taking time to reflect on your values can have a positive impact on exam results and career success and may be beneficial for women in competitive business settings.  Enhancing self esteem and breaking through stereotypes make a difference to levels of […]

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Maureen Watson

Jackie’s talk at Ignite, Liverpool considers many aspects of love – its chemistry, how it’s used, what it does for you and how it links to values.  Discover all by viewing the short presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs099KDU1wc