In this month’s issue of the Impact Journal. We have an article based around our wellbeing impact study, which explores the ways in which a curriculum centred on the principles of wellbeing might lead to improved academic attainment, physical and emotional health as well as other associated student outcomes. It also looks at some of the implications for practice, in particular those aspects of implementation that are essential for achieving positive outcomes.
Find out what our customers think about how important it is to have evidence of impact when purchasing an educational resource (print or digital) Read more
Student wellbeing: Research shows that the benefits are far-reaching, but implementation is key to success
Read our research article published within the new issue of the Impact Journal magazine from the Chartered College of Teaching. Read more
As part of this year’s British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) Awards Read more
We undertook some market research to get a better understanding of how important it was for our customers to have evidence of impact when purchasing an educational resource (print or digital) Read more