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An Oracy-Based Coaching Curriculum with School 21

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Winter 2022

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For students to succeed academically in this complex world with many pressures and challenges they must be well. At Big Education we believe student well-being is a critical component and should be at the heart of every school. 

School 21 have developed an exciting coaching curriculum of student well-being focused on personal, social and emotional development and based on oracy.  

The coaching curriculum is about providing experiences that allow students to view themselves and others through different perspectives. Through rich experience, discussion, reflection, and responsive 3-1s, coachees will have the opportunity to better understand the contexts in which they exist., There is a hope that students will develop an awareness of who they are, actively cultivating positive attitudes and behaviours, exploring beliefs or ways of being, and becoming aware of individual as well as societal patterns of behaviour and responses.

In this course, the School 21 team will be sharing their learnings and resources to provoke enriched discussion.

Meet the facilitator

School 21

Empowering all young people to take on the world

School 21 is a pioneering 4 to 18 school in Stratford, East London, for children from all backgrounds. The three founders of School 21 Peter Hyman, Oli de Botton and Ed Fidoe came together with a shared belief that education must be done differently if we are to prepare young people properly for the world they are going into. Their conviction was that we needed schools to rebalance head (academic success), heart (character and well-being) and hand (generating ideas, problem solving, making a difference). So School 21 has developed a series of pedagogies and approaches that give students the chance to find their voice, develop deep knowledge and understanding, and create beautiful work that has real value beyond the classroom.

Important information

Who is this course aimed at?

Pastoral leaders, Leaders in Primary and Secondary schools

How does this course contribute to a Big Education?

Student wellbeing is a vital part of a Big Education. However, we need to go deeper than surface-level interventions. We need to encourage students to truly ‘find their voice’ in order to set the conditions for sustainable wellbeing.

An Oracy-Based Coaching Curriculum with School 21

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