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Making parent wellbeing a priority during this next big change

Making parent wellbeing a priority during this next big change

Parents...we can almost hear the Eye of the Tiger theme music play as you rose to the challenge. You may have armed yourself with ways to stay calm during a pandemic. Perhaps you read our emails about nurturing the mental health of your children. We can see you, cape billowing out, hands on your hips, sweatbands on, ready for COVID 19.

However, times are a-changin. Rapidly. Again.

 


Teachers, buckle in. The next big change is here.

Alice Peel

Teachers, buckle in. The next big change is here.

Teachers...Just when you were starting to find your rhythm of online learning. You became a zoom master. You and google classroom were at one with each other. Potentially you had even started to entertain that this new arrangement of teaching from home could be the future of education. No behaviour management, small class numbers when you were on campus, no tedious staff room chatter. Plus the occasional sleep in, access to your fridge, walks in the middle of the day. This imposed physical distancing had some appealing qualities. And then overnight, the arrangement we had all become accustomed too was changed dramatically...


Holiday parent vs school parent. 4 tips to keep your cool with school

Alice Peel

2 questions answered & 4 tips for families embarking on a new school year

We aren't getting out of here alive

Alice Peel

Tags gratitude, mental health, positive education, resilience

We aren't getting out of here alive
An invitation to make the switch from adaptation to celebration.

We all have mental health

Alice Peel

Tags gratitude, mental health, mindfulness, positive education, resilience, sleep

We all have mental health
We all have physical health and most of know-how to look after it from a young age. What about mental health - do we all have it? If it is agreed we do - do most of us know how to look after it?