If you’re not yet sold on the benefits of mindfulness, this free three minute breathing space might be just what you (and your children) need…
100 Day of Free Child-Friendly Mindfulness Online
The #mindful100 100 Day Kid’s Mindfulness Challenge is complete! Here’s where you can find the free sessions online and what they’re about…
Mindfulness for Kids: Summer 2020
I’m thirteen weeks into my 100 days of Child-friendly Mindfulness. (Wow!) Here’s what I’ve learned and what’s happening over summer…
Starting April 20th, 2020: 100 Days of Child-Friendly Mindfulness (YouTube)
Are you a parent, grandparent, carer or educator, looking to support children’s mental health whilst schools are shut? My free YouTube course might be exactly what you’re looking for… and it starts Monday 20th April!
I’m Now a Qualified Forest School Practitioner!
This week, I finally qualified as a L3 Forest School Leader. Yay!
Here’s why I did it, how I plan to use and why it’s got everything to do with wellbeing and mental health.
Why it’s Important to Teach Children about Habits
Do you teach your students/children about habits? Here’s why it’s essential – for their behaviour, mindset and overall self-esteem.
What 6 Sessions of KS3 Mindfulness Looks Like
Hoping to empower and calm your students with a short series of Mindfulness sessions? Look no further!
Read on to see just what you can do – and the skills you might gain – in short 6 hours.
3 Mini Mindful Meditations for all ages, at school or home
Wanting to try out some mindfulness, but can’t find either the silence, or get your child to sit still? Here’s three activities that you can try anywhere, with anyone!
Tidy up your Mind with some Thoughts Decluttering
Today, I’m sharing my favourite child (and adult)-friendly strategy for working through unhelpful thinking patterns. Tidy up your mental clutter today, without a broom or mop in sight.
2 CBT Techniques for getting out of a Stress-Cycle
For overworked and stressed-out teachers in today’s rather toxic climate… things can feel rather hopeless.
Here’s 2 simple approaches that you can use yourself in order to regain that hope, or at least a little control.