The Head Of Sixth Conference 2017 is a week today!

24 November 2017

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Speakers include one of our authors, Gillian Bridge.

Gillian Bridge, Resilience trainer, author and mental health expert will provide practical advice for heads of sixth and tutors to use when helping sixth formers develop resilience and to help them control their use of social media and video gaming - two key barriers to Post-16 outcomes. 'Wonderful'. 'Excellent guidance.' 'Useful for presenting to parents'. 'Thought-provoking'. Delegate evaluation comments from June 2017.


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