Looking to develop emotional intelligence and resilience in your children or students? Here’s some knowledge hacks to help you along the way.
Teaching and Learning
Lesson plans, ideas, activities and resources related to teaching in general, along with the occasional rant in response to the latest government initiative.
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!
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.
If you’re struggling to get off to sleep, or to stay awake, here’s some mindfulness-based strategies that might just help you (and your children).
Looking to inspire emotional intelligence and resilience in your students? Look no further! Our ‘Emotional Athletes’ day combines strategies based in CBT, Mindfulness, child-friendly Neuroscience and much more. Children are taught to understand and manage thoughts and feelings through practical strategies that they can replicate without support.
Looking for a supply teacher? Here’s why you should book a ‘Team-Tastic Day’ instead, empowering students to be effective, confident and kind collaborators, with lots of fun and games along the way!
If you’re hoping to keep the kids entertained this Summer, without completely losing sanity,
explore these mindfulness-based games and activities now!
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.
When teaching students whose imagination is locked within the confines of their games console, learn how a ‘can’t beat ’em, join ’em’ approach can actually produce some brilliant creative writing.