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11th February 2021
Infographic: 5 Ways to Wellbeing

The World Health Organisation (WHO) have carried out numerous studies on wellbeing across sectors, demographics, and continents. They advocate for five evidence-based ways forward for wellbeing. Giving, Taking Notice, Keep Learning, Connecting and Being Active are the five ways to wellbeing. We have put together an infographic to support you and your child on your way forward in improving your […]

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11th February 2021
Infographic: 20 Easy Ways to Nurture a Child's Mental Wellbeing

We are often asked by parents how they can support their child’s mental wellbeing. This infographic has 20 ideas that will support you on your journey as a parent or caregiver in supporting your child as they grow into tweens, teens, and young adults. All ideas are evidence-based and can be adapted by you to suit the age of your […]

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11th February 2021
Infographic: 11 Factors That Contribute Towards Anxiety in Children

Anxiety in children is rising year on year. And that was prior to the arrival of Covid-19 and a global pandemic which has magnified anxiety worldwide no less than for our youth. In additional to the current social restrictions in place there are many factors that can contribute to anxiety including experiencing long-term illness, having additional needs, living in poverty […]

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22nd January 2021
Wellbeing Tips for Positivity & Teenage Resilience

Navigating your teenage years is pretty tough. It always has been, but it’s become even tougher with the appearance of technology and social media! It’s important, now more than ever before, that in order for us to raise positive and resilient teenagers, we make a concerted effort to create space and time for them to connect with and learn to […]

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7th July 2020
Parent Advice For Children Starting Secondary School

Organisation Support your child in creating the habit of getting organised for school the evening before. Remind your child to check their timetable for the following day, pack their school bag and lay out their uniform if necessary. Practical subjects may require additional equipment and materials to be brought into school and pay particular attention to this as can be […]

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7th July 2020
Transition From Primary to Secondary School – Poem By Harry Mitchell

June is almost here, the end of school year. 8 years in primary, I was finally cool. Going into secondary I was nervous as hell, and what was ahead of me, nobody could tell. You will miss your teacher that taught you, But there will be many other teachers that are new. Your friends might not go to the school […]

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