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Wellbeing & Mindset

Our WELLBEING & MINDSET Services

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Super Hero Project

This is our signature wellbeing programme and forms the basis of all of the programmes we run.  It is the fundamental wellbeing programme which empowers all young people to shift to a healthy mindset, instil a new approach to regulate emotions, learn life long skills to cultivate healthy thoughts, break unhelpful habitual behaviours and practise techniques to calm the body and mind.

We use a uniquely collaborative approach where teachers,  parents and children embark on this learning journey together to ensure the desired goals are achieved through continual reflection and implementation.

 

Our support doesn’t end after the completion of the programme. We’ll continue to support your wellbeing journey to ensure lifelong benefit.

Schools

Duration: 1 term

When: During school hours  

Who:

  • A whole class with the class teacher (1hr)

  • 1:1 or small groups with a TA/LSA or ELSA (1hr)

  • 1:1 with a learning support assistant and parent (90 mins to 2 hrs) We work with the parent individually and then as a group with the child.

How do I select participants?

  • Watch the video and read the information flyer 

  • The adults involved must be 'on board' with this approach and committed to implement the learning.

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the member of school staff; 5 minutes twice a day implementation of tools and reflection time.

  • Financial: A proposal to meet the needs of the school and a quotation is shared on request. 

Families

Duration: 12 sessions

When: During school hours or outside of school hours 

Who:Parent* and child or parents and siblings. (Parents refers to the caregiver of the child)

How do I know this is right for my family?

  • Watch the video and read the information flyer 

  • The adults involved must be 'on board' with this approach and committed to implement the learning.

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the parent; 5 minutes twice a day implementation of tools and reflection time.

  • Financial: Refer to the flyer below.

Watch the video to find out what this programme offers

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Mindset Training through Yoga

Watch the video to find out what this programme offers

We work in partnership with teachers and children to provide a safe space to understand and cultivate a growth mindset, positive learning attitudes and self-reflection skills. We leverage the therapeutic approach which teaches pro-social behaviours to support wellbeing. 

 

This practical and creative approach to teaching the awareness of the body and mind provides the child with the transferable skills to enable them to perform at their best; allowing them to achieve their potential, both socially and academically. 

 

What we see as an outcome of these sessions are; 

  • Improved concentration

  • An ability to self reflect and make helpful choices

  • Resilience and inner strengths to deal with challenges

  • Improved self-esteem and confidence 

  • A healthy response to unhealthy thoughts, developing a growth mindset 

  • Awareness of emotions and our responses to them 

  • Improved balance, control agility, coordination, strength and flexibility

  • Understanding the importance of a healthy mind and body

 

And the huge bonus is that this can be fully funded by the Sports Premium Grant. 

Schools

Duration: 1 term

When: During school hours

Who: A whole class with the class teacher as part of the PE curriculum (1 hr)

How do I select participants?

  • Watch the video and read the information flyer 

  • The adults involved must be 'on board' with this approach and committed to implement the learning.

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the member of school staff; implementation of learning and reflection time.

  • Financial: A proposal to meet the needs of the school and a quotation is shared on request. 

Families

Duration: A one off 2-3 hr workshop or series of shorter sessions

When: Out of school hours and in school holidays

Who:Parent* & child or parents & siblings (Parents refers to the caregiver of the child)

 

How do I know this is right for my family?

  • Watch the video and read the information flyer 

  • If your are open to learn something new, move your body and be playful with your child, this is for you!

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the parent during the session/s

  • Financial: Varies depending on duration, number of participants and location. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep informed about up and coming events.

 
 
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This workshop kicks off a proactive, universal approach to supporting mental health and wellbeing of all young people. This early intervention empowers young people with the knowledge, understanding and skills to make healthy, helpful choices, face challenges with resilience and regulate emotional responses.

Together we begin to build a toolkit of techniques to use in the classroom, in the playground and at home.  Working in partnership with parents and teachers allows for regular implementation of the learning and over time a therapeutic culture of nurture and support is established.

This programme is an ideal introduction to supporting young people on their mental health and wellbeing journey. 

Schools

Duration: A half day or full day workshop

When: During school hours

Who: A whole class with the class teacher

How do I select participants?

  • Watch the video

  • The adults involved must be 'on board' with this approach and committed to implement the learning.

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the member of school staff; implementation of learning and reflection time.

  • Financial: A proposal to meet the needs of the school and a quotation is shared on request.

Families

Duration: One off 1 to 2 hour workshop

When: Out of school hours and in school holidays

Who:Parent* and child or parents and siblings or as a community workshop or 1:1 with an individual family (Parents refers to the caregiver of the child)

How do I know this is right for my family?

  • Watch the video 

  • If your are open to learn something new and ready for change. 

  • The child/ren must be open to learning and trying something new.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the parent during the session.

  • Financial: Varies depending on the number of participants and location. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep informed about up and coming events.

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Brainology

Watch the video to find out what this programme offers

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The Big 'A' Anxiety Workshop

Schools

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes

When: During school hours or a twilight session

Who: All members of staff within an education setting

How do I know this is right for the staff in my setting?

  • Your staff are interested in understanding more about anxiety, worry, panic and fear. 

  • They are keen and are open to learn tools to support young people.

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the member of school staff; implementation of learning (for yourself and the young people you support).

  • Financial: A proposal to meet the needs of the school and a quotation is shared on request.

Community

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes

When: During school hours, out of school hours and in school holidays

Who:Parents or adults who support young people

 

How do I know this is right for my family?

  • I am interested in understanding more about anxiety, worry, panic and fear.

  • I am keen and am open to learn tools to support my own and a child's wellbeing.

  • I have read The Big A Anxiety Workshop Flyer and this workshop and I resonate with this learning..

Investment: 

  • Time: Proactive participation from the adult during the session.

  • Financial: Varies depending on the number of participants and location. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep informed about up and coming events.

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The ‘Big A’ anxiety workshop empowers parents and educators with the knowledge, understanding and skills to support a young person experiencing anxiety. This valuable learning explores the psychological, physiological and behavioural responses to anxiety and builds a tool kit of techniques to support a helpful and healthy response to anxiety.

We use an experiential and explorative approach so you can experience the benefits first hand, not only supporting young people but yourself too. After all we need to ensure ‘our bucket is full’ before we can support the ones we love and care for.