Reflective accounts

Standing back and reflecting is an essential aspect of this process and usually involves dialogue and journaling to generate and capture the fleeting thoughts about actions.

As an informal approach to research, wherever possible, we encourage professionals to write up their ‘reflections on practice’. It is a way of making explicit some of the key, but often implicit, aspects of their work, and so informing and inspiring others. We hope you enjoy reading them.

myfirst2hoursMy first two hours with ecl – Ester Kaino Nakale
This is an reflective account by Ester Kaino Nakale on a 2 hour session held at Berhhard Nordkamp Centre, Katurura, Windhoek, Namibia.






binnekantDe Binnenkant van iemand
This is a reflective account written by Josephine Verhoef on a morning session held at the Oranjeschool in Rotterdam, the Netherlands





Cover_RA_Langley Hall Primary Academy copyReflections on the Inset Day – Jane James and Terry Ingham
This is an reflective account by Jane James and Terry Ingham on an Inset Day held at Langley Hall Primary Academy.






Building trust and enhancing belongingBuilding trust and enhancing belonging – Sarah Stockley
Sarah a Behaviour Support teacher reflects on her work within a Primary school using sytemic learning tools and approaches to build a sense of belonging, understanding about being in a group and how their actions affect others.





from me to usFrom-me-to-us – Libby Lee
This is an account by Libby Lee  Head Teacher on a project to make the school truley inclusive using a systemic approach of belonging and wholeness.


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