Episode 2: Unexpected consequences

Joining Matthew this week is Susan McLean, Head of Kitebrook Prep and Nina Kingsmill Moore, Head of Glendower Prep. We discuss how the changes needed for socially-distanced pick up and drop off has surprisingly boosted children's confidence.

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Joining Matthew this week is Susan McLean, Head of Kitebrook Prep and Nina Kingsmill Moore, Head of Glendower Prep.

We discuss how the changes needed for socially-distanced pick up and drop off has had unintended positive consequences – including significantly boosting children's confidence and independence.

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Susan McLean is Headmistress of Kitebrook Preparatory School, Gloucestershire.

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Nina Kingsmill Moore is Headmistress of Glendower Prep School, South Kensington.

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Matthew Smith is the Editor of Attain.

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