Wellbeing can be taught, coached and developed to help children and young people reach their full potential in life.
Wellbeing and learning cannot be separated
There is a growing body of evidence across multiple disciplines that highlights the importance of wellbeing for both individuals and communities. The classroom is a community of individuals. This includes adults, students, and parents. To be in the best place we can be to engage in learning, we need to have a healthy sense of safety, wellbeing, and belonging.
our Walk with schools
Educators need helpful tools to encourage the development of healthy wellbeing for learning and life with all children and young people. We provide coaching and professional development in practical strategies on site and through workshops, in the areas of, but not limited to:
- Classroom Engagement
- Child Development
- Attachment Theory and Its Application
- Working with Families
- Understanding Trauma
- Trauma Informed Practice
- Emotion Coaching
- Understanding & Responding to Behaviour
- Specific Wellbeing and Development Strategies
We are also happy to provide classroom observations, demonstrations of resources, residential experiences, and work with schools and organisations to develop or review wellbeing frameworks, policies and strategies.