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How-to change destructive beliefs in 3 steps

How beliefs influence our behaviour and life prospects. Our own thoughts, emotions, and experiences grow into deeply held beliefs over time. We can develop negative or positive beliefs about ourselves, others, or aspects of the world around us. Here is a simple...

Mounting mental health problem

Pandemic accelerates mounting mental health problem. There are a lot of talks but not enough action regarding tackling the alarming increase in the number of children presenting with SEMH needs. The ground is moving under our feet. Worse still, we do not yet...

Managing your emotional wellbeing

The importance of managing your emotional wellbeing. It’s so hard to stay strong when everything is crumbling around you. In other words, managing your emotional wellbeing and happiness is tricky, especially during tough times. Sometimes your emotional tank is empty...

SEMH resources

Preventive SEMH resources for teachers & parents. Workloads for school SEN teachers are snowballing as more and more parents become concerned about their children's wellbeing. With almost half of all adult cases of mental illness starting by the age of 14,...

Pupil wellbeing resources.

Pupil wellbeing resources are in demand. Educational leaders are searching for pupil wellbeing resources because they have noticed that the pandemic has caused pupils to lose out emotionally as well as academically. An example is Barking Abbey School...

SEMH and Emotional Intelligence

SEMH and emotional intelligence. I’ve been thinking about SEMH and emotional intelligence and asking myself some questions. Is there a direct link between SEMH and emotional intelligence? How easily can emotional intelligence be taught and how could children benefit?...

Covid divide

Covid divide - gaining momentum Have you noticed the rapidly developing Covid divide? Pro jab versus no jab. Peoples’ beliefs are becoming entrenched, friendships are being tested, and segregation is growing. I’m not advocating for or against the jab. I am simply...

Why the SENCo is so vital – especially now

Respect for all teachers – especially SEND teachers & Learning Support staff. If we are to realise one thing from the COVID pandemic it should be this: the invaluable role that all teachers play in helping to positively shape our children’s state-of-mind. Many...

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