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Parent Academy: The Learned Science of Wellbeing

In this informative and enriching session, Principal Paul Crute from our sister school Nord Anglia International School Dublin talks to us about the learned science of wellbeing as proposed by Martin Seligman's PERMAH Model.

About Our Speaker

Paul Crute, NAIS Dublin

Paul Crute is the Founding Principal of Nord Anglia International School, Dublin.

Paul has more than 30 years experience working for international schools. Most recently  he was Head of The Royal School Armagh for 15 years where he nurtured a strong culture of continuous improvement and self-evaluation, which has resulted in highly innovative approaches to whole-child education, personalised learning and service learning. 

Paul has held leadership and teaching positions at prestigious schools across Europe and Africa, namely Aiglon College in Switzerland, the British International School, Cairo, Egypt and Gordonstoun School in Scotland.