Over the last ten weeks we have witnessed turbulent, humbling and touching times including the global outrage to the killing of George Floyd. Headmaster Toby Seth talks about how the Pocklington Community will adapt, change and learn from these experiences.
In his latest blog, Headmaster Toby Seth discusses how marginal gains and taking small steps can help pupils reach their objectives and map out their pathway to success.
Headmaster, Mark Ronan talks about the school founding motto Virtute et Veritate, With Courage and Truth; and what it still means for us all as a community 500 years later.
Children who enjoy reading and writing are three times more likely to have higher levels of mental wellbeing than children who don’t. Children who write for fun are seven times more likely to write above the expected level for their age.
Teaching at its best is founded on trust. It enables one to build another’s confidence and help them progress from something they know to something they do not know – whether that’s in terms of new ideas, literature, sport or performance.
Mark Ronan talks about how music should be accessible to all, and why Music and arts in general, should happily co-exist with other subjects as part of a broad, balanced curriculum.
Mark Ronan talks about how Sixth Form is a time to develop the life skills we need to succeed in the world – and why this is every bit as important as academic qualifications.