We end our countdown to World Mental Health Day with a celebration of activity from our community of practice.

There isn't the space to acknowledge every one of our active education settings! But here is a snapshot of innovation, successes and work in progress that makes the Achievement for All community of practice unique and powerful.



Kensington Primary School Newham- School of the Year!

We are absolutely delighted to learn that Kensington Primary School has won the accolade of "School of the Year 2020".

When you view the SWAY presentation below it is clear why! 

Despite the Covid-19 lockdown staff and leaders have worked tirelessly to completely rethink behaviour management from a trauam-informed and therapeutic perspective.

"Despite all of the challenges, children have started this academic year happier, more focused, and more enthused by their learning than ever before. " Ben Levinson Headteacher


All Saints Infants School and PreSchool- Quality Lead status 2019

The Hurst Community College- Quality Mark March 2020

Just before lockdown began The Hurst Community College attained the Achievement for All Quality Mark.

The SWAY link below is a case study of how they have systematically changed practice to secure better outcomes for disadvantaged children and young people in their learning community.


The Catholic High School Chester- progressing towards Quality Mark October 2020

It has been fantastic to see the outcomes improve for our vulnerable students.” 

“I feel the interventions that we have in place for our vulnerable students are significantly improving their outcomes. The more bespoke approach has allowed us to understand the needs of our students better and put the support in place that they need.”

The Catholic High School in Chester has not let Covid-19 derail their ambition and intent.

Throughout lockdown leaders and staff have continued to reflect on and develop practice.

These are just a few of the highlights from around our network. We will be adding more Case Studies and testimonials to the Our Impact pages on this website in the coming months.

Achievement for All remains committed to putting wellbeing at the heart of learning and leadership now and beyond World Mental Health Day.

We would love to have a conversation with you about this or any other need you might have.


Please contact us for a conversation: https://afaeducation.org/get-in-touch/