Resiliency

Summer Activities – Nature Scavenger Hunt

    Nature has a unique way of boosting wellbeing. Go for a walk with a parent, sibling or friend and see what you can find in nature. Be observant! There could be more than meets the eye.  Download Here

    Summer Activities – Mistake Masterpiece

      Learn to master your mistakes instead of your mistakes mastering you! Mistakes are often seen negatively; however, they provide a great opportunity to learn and grow in ways that are not straightforward Taking twisting and turning paths to achieve success will happen throughout life – let’s work together to learn those skills now! Download Here

      Aerobics

        Exercising the body is exercising the mind.

        Thank You Vs Sorry

          Have you ever found yourself constantly “sorry”, even for things that are out of your control?

          The Power of Positive Affirmations

            What is an affirmation?

            Affirmations are positive statements that can help overcome negative thoughts. They are a powerful tool in helping develop confidence and self-esteem.

            The Lockdown Series – Part 3

              The previous blog discussed the impacts of the constantly changing routines that young people have experienced during lockdown. It is worth noting that some of these indirect impacts may be seen immediately, while others may be seen in the longer term. Live Events Birthdays, graduations, school dances/shows, loss or sickness of family and friends are just some of the events that young people have had to miss out on this… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 3

              The Lockdown Series – Part 2

                The previous blog discussed the impacts of what young people have observed and experienced during lockdown. We’ll continue to discuss more indirect impacts of coronavirus. It is worth noting that some of these indirect impacts may be seen immediately, while others may be seen in the longer term. Changes in daily routine It seems like every time we almost get into a routine, we are forced to change it again… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 2

                The Lockdown Series – Part 1

                  Having new lockdown measures announced just a few days before school was supposed to begin as normal was frustrating for students, parents and teachers. The difficulties that they thought they had just overcome over 2020 had somehow returned at the start of the 2021. Once again, we were back to Zoom lessons and self-teaching. A study was carried out by The Children’s Society which looked at how well children aged… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 1