Category Archives: Health and well being

The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education

The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education: 10 Years On Battle of Ideas 2018 Bookshop Salons Barbican Centre London EC2 Saturday 13th October 2018 A panel of four educationalists including Dennis Hayes, David Perks and Louise Burton at the recent Battle of … Continue reading

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Heads Together for Young Minds Comedy Gala

Heads Together for Young Minds Comedy Gala Star Rating: ***** Shepherds Bush Empire London W12 Review Date: 18th September 2017 Early on in proceedings Compere Frank Skinner made a topical, venue related joke about three things dying out in the … Continue reading

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Man, What are you thinking?

Book rating: **** Book review: Inside Man – Pioneering Stories about Men and Boys Editors: Dan Bell and Glen Poole Publisher: Matador Books . £12. Click the book cover below to purchase the book. What is the truth about what … Continue reading

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Can’t Care, Won’t Care – Review

Sophia Walker Star rating: **** Banshee Labyrinth (Venue 156) Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 Performances 13:40pm (60 mins) Daily 7th – 30th August 2015 £Free: Pay what you think the play is worth. Further details Review date: Thursday 13th August 2015                                                        A … Continue reading

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Sick Girl Mel Moon review

Mel Moon Star rating: **** Laughing Horse at Counting House (Venue 170) 38 West Nicholson Street Edinburgh Scotland 8th – 31st August 2015 12.05pm Daily (55 minutes) £Free i.e. pay what you think the show is worth. Further information here I … Continue reading

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Do They Really Care About Us?

Do They Really Care About Us? Star rating: ***** Watford Palace Theatre 20 Clarendon Road Watford WD17 1JZ A Tangled Feet and Watford Palace Theatre production 20th – 28th June 2015 Press Night review – Tuesday 23rd June 2015 Synopsis … Continue reading

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Still Alice: Film review

Still Alice (12A) Film rating: ***** Beck Theatre Monday 11th May 2015 Hayes Middlesex “Dr. Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) is a renowned linguistics professor at Columbia University. When words begin to escape her and she starts becoming lost on her … Continue reading

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My First Boyfriend almost Killed me

A.R.I.S.E – Sister’s doing it for themselves International Women’s Day event Star rating: ***** Tabernacle London W10 Sunday 8th March 2015 Hosts: Angie Greaves & Daddy Ernie Guests: Jenni Steele, Her Excellency Mrs. Aloun Ndombet-Assamba and Gina Yashere Singer: Natalie … Continue reading

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How can we support teacher’s well-being?

Supporting Teachers’ Well-being London Festival of Education Red Zone – Institute of Education London WC2 Saturday 28th February 2015 Panel: Julian Stanley, Sue Roffey and Kathryn Lovewell How do teachers maintain a healthy work-life balance in an educational context that … Continue reading

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Neuroscience and education: The New Dialogue

London Festival of Education Blue Room – Institute of Education Saturday 28th February 2015 Panel: Michal Thomas, Richard Newton Chance with Jeremy Dudman-Jones as Chair. A wide ranging, mediated discussion allowing everyone interested in education to delve further into the … Continue reading

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