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10 Ways To Manage Stress

10 Ways To Manage Stress
Have you ever felt stressed? 85% of people in the UK experience stress regularly and the biggest reasons for stress are due to work, money or illness. Read More...

Your Ultimate Guide to Working Out at Home

Your Ultimate Guide to Working Out at Home
If you want to distance yourself from human interaction or are in isolation, you can still maintain your health and wellbeing. We’ve put together some ideas of fitness related activities you can try from the comfort of your own home! Read More...

9 Ways to Spoil Your Mum on Mother’s Day

9 Ways to Spoil Your Mum on Mother’s Day
This Sunday we celebrate our loved ones who play a huge part in our lives. This day is to honour a mother, father, grandparent or other family members who may be integral to our everyday lives by showering us with love and kindness. National Trust parks are due to close their pay-for-entry sites including houses and cafes, but this doesn’t stop you from getting some fresh air outdoors with your own scrumptious packed lunch! Read More...

5 Top Tips For Getting Your Children To Wash Their Hands

5 Top Tips For Getting Your Children To Wash Their Hands
We all play an important part in reducing the spread of Coronavirus and we must all work together to educate our children. Children will need guidance and as teachers and parents we can use resources to teach our little ones how to wash our hands correctly. Read More...

How Much Sleep Are You Getting?

How Much Sleep Are You Getting?
Poor sleeping patterns can be linked to many health issues raised by the NHS including lack of motivation, forgetfulness, low mood and stress. All these issues contribute to our mental health and wellbeing therefore it is important to understand how mental health can affect sleep. Read More...

10 Ways to Get Involved in Sport Relief

10 Ways to Get Involved in Sport Relief
Sport Relief has made recommendations for a variety of activities suitable for families and schools. Whether you’re looking to do something sporty in your back garden or planning a school assembly, we have put together a to do list. Read More...

Making A Choice to Stay in Teaching

Making A Choice to Stay in Teaching
I had a great career and loved all my jobs and all my schools – there were far more good days than difficult ones, and far more positive experiences than negative ones. But I still remember vividly how I felt in that first term, and how close I came to walking away from the profession at that early stage. Read More...

3 Activities To Positively Impact Your Mental Wellbeing

3 Activities To Positively Impact Your Mental Wellbeing
If we have more conversations with each other we can break down the barriers and associations with loneliness, shame and worthlessness that many of us feel day to day. This specific day provides an opportunity for your organisation to encourage wider conversations surrounding this topic and introduce new activities within the workplace. Read More...

Young Carers Awareness Day 2020

Young Carers Awareness Day 2020
Today marks Young Carers Awareness Day, an annual event led by Carers Trust. This day is committed to raising awareness of the challenges faced by thousands of young people in the UK who help to look after a family member. Read More...

Creating The Schools Our Children Need

Creating The Schools Our Children Need
The need to improve educational achievement has been recognised for many years yet most reforms proposed in the past have been ineffective and sometimes counterproductive. It appears that when both the costs and the potential impacts on student achievement are examined, two changes seem to produce the greatest improvement for the least cost: a knowledge-rich curriculum and improving teacher capacity. Read More...