The @UKEdPodcast – Episode 29 – Wellbeing in the Classroom with @AdrianBethune

Published: Thursday 15th November 2018

Welcome to Episode 29 of the UKEd Podcast from the UKEd Magazine and UKEdChat.

We recently caught up with Year 4 teacher and “Healthy Body and Mind Leader” Adrian Bethune. Described as a ‘happy hero’ Adrian has recently authored a book about wellbeing in the primary classroom, where pupils are typically aged between 4 and 11 years old. You can see our review of his Bloomsbury book at

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