Why Supporting Positive Mental Health Is Good For Learning

Why Supporting Positive Mental Health Is Good For Learning
Positive wellbeing is when individuals have the psychological, physical or social skills to manage the challenges being asked. Therefore, if we want good health and wellbeing for our children and young people we need to ensure that they have the knowledge, understanding, skills and resources to manage the challenges they may face. Read our latest article for practical tips for educators to support positive wellbeing in the classroom and beyond. Read More...

5 Ways to Develop a Sense of Belonging in the Classroom

5 Ways to Develop a Sense of Belonging in the Classroom
All children and young people need to feel as though they belong – whether that’s in a physical place, a community or with in the home. There are many things that teachers and professionals working with children and young people can do to create a sense of belonging in school. Here are 5 ways teachers and support staff can develop a sense of belonging in the classroom. Read More...

Kent-Teach’s Top Dog Walks in Kent

Kent-Teach’s Top Dog Walks in Kent
April is Stress Awareness Month and let’s face it we all know that a career in education can have its stressful moments. A healthy coping mechanism for stress is exercise, and what better to way to relax than a walk in one of Kent’s most scenic spots with your furry friend. Here are our top 3 dog walks in Kent! Read More...

3 Ways to Teach Social and Emotional Skills in the Classroom

3 Ways to Teach Social and Emotional Skills in the Classroom
As an increasing number of children and young people are struggling to manage emotions, self-regulation, relationships and an understanding of themselves, weaving social and emotional skills at a classroom level is becoming more important. Here are 3 ways to teach social and emotional skills at school to support your students manage their mental health. Read More...

Emotions and Their Impact on Learning

Emotions and Their Impact on Learning
The learning process is completely interwoven with emotions and the ability to work with others. Therefore, emotional literacy is a vital skills for young learners to develop to ensure they maximise their learning in school. Here is how educators can support the development of emotional literacy in school. Read More...
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