The school of wellbeing : 12 extraordinary projects promoting children and young people's mental health and happiness /

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Main Author: Hulme, Jenny (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017.
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Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: 1. Mentor: Unlocking Your School's Powerful Resource to Build Resilience
  • In My View
  • Nicky Cox on a campaign to get children talking
  • 2. LEGO® Club: Building Communication Skills and Confidence, One Brick at a Time
  • In My View
  • Jane Asher on the campaign to understand autism and mental health
  • 3. Perfect Week: Introducing the Head Teacher Whose Out of the Box Thinking Is Changing Children's Lives
  • In My View
  • Jane Powell on the campaign to address male suicide, and how your school could help
  • 4. Poem: Exploring the Perfect Starting Point to Talk about Feelings
  • 5. Anti-Bullying Workshop: Harnessing the Power of Prevention to Promote Inclusion and Build Self-Esteem
  • In My View
  • Gok Wan on creating a kinder culture in schools
  • 6. Counsellor: Discovering the Power of a Place to Talk, and to Be Heard and Understood
  • In My View
  • Professor Tanya Byron on the vital role of early interventions
  • 7. Conversation: Transforming the Relationship Between School and Family, and the Emotional Wellbeing of the Pupil They Both Want to Help
  • 8. Role Model: Introducing Your Pupils to a Powerful New Kind of Educator
  • In My View
  • Rebecca Root and Asad Ahmad on the transformative effects of role models
  • 9. Mindful Moments: Taking a Breath and Exploring a New Way to Deal with the Pressures of School Life
  • In My View
  • Kate Griggs on a campaign to help children with dyslexia thrive
  • 10. Community Project: Helping Pupils Realise Just How Much They're Worth
  • 11. Run: The 15-Minute Exercise that's Promoting Mental Health
  • In My View
  • Suzy Greaves on the campaign to make PSHE statutory
  • 12. PSHE Lesson: Rethinking the Subject that Will Help You Shape What Happens Next.