Wanting to try out mindfulness but unsure where to start? Follow these steps to success and bring mindfulness to any moment.
Special Education Needs
Issues and ideas surrounding children with special educational needs and disabilities in mainstream and special education.
Looking to increase the attention, calm, quiet and happiness in your daily life? Or maybe the lives of those around you? These amazing mindfulness resources might just push you in the right direction.
Would you like to support your students in building up their attention muscles, ability to self-regulate, social skills and overall self-esteem? Would you like to cut down on emotional outbursts and student anxiety, while increasing the level of calm in your classroom? Read on to hear why ‘Mind Masters’ might be just what your students need!
With so many resources now available on the subject of anxiety and mindfulness, sometimes it’s hard to ‘see the wood for the trees.’ Here are 5 recommendations from me, including some beautifully made and genuinely effective resources to support children’s mental health both at home or at school.
Introducing our brand new wellness workshop, ‘Wellbeing Warriors,’ aimed at giving children the tools needed to live happy, fulfilling lives.
As the new year approaches, consider this alternative approach to goal setting.
As a former socially-anxious student, now in the position of a teacher, I’ve gathered some good strategies to support these students in becoming confident as well as academic. Here are my top 5!
A great technique to encourage creative writing for special needs and low ability writers.
A quick lesson idea which allows students to see mistakes as a means to deeper learning.
A quick read about different ways to build resilience in students.