Custody, Behaviour and Trauma with Dr. Andrew Rogers – PP195

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Andrew is a Chartered Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist and co-director of Changing Minds UK. He has over 20 years’ experience in delivering high quality applied psychology provision across a range of settings including; Elite Sport, Business, Mental Health, Social Care and the Criminal Justice System. Andrew has a particular interest and expertise in supporting …
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Autistic? Genius! with Tom Bowes – PP192

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Ollie interviewed the self-proclaimed ‘Autistic Genius’, Tom Bowes this week in a great interview about the condition and what we should, as teachers and human beings, be doing about it. Often, Tom says, people focus on the autism and not the individual. He points out that autism isn’t a behavioural issue but it can cause …
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Where The Wild Things Are With Kate Milman – PP189

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Ollie spoke to Kate Milman this week from Wild Things Ecological Education Collective. The organisation has been running as a small grassroots and voluntary managed, not-for-profit social co-operative since 1997, working in the woodland environment with children and young people from Nottingham and Derbyshire. Wild Things provides woodland based environmental learning adventures, Forest School programmes, residential …
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Susie Speller – An ‘Oxbridge’ Too Far For State School Students? – PP187

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This week, Paul spoke to Susie Speller, Associate Professor of Materials at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford. Susie first came to the University of Oxford as an undergraduate student in Materials Science, staying on to gain a DPhil in the field of high temperature superconducting materials. She was awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship in …
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