Collectively experience calm, connection and compassion everyday
Hi and Welcome to Learnful.
I’m sure you’re here because you’re looking to make a real difference in your school.
You want to make changes to help and support not only the pupils in your care, but the teachers as well. You don’t just want to ‘tick the box’ or introduce ‘yet another initiative’ that people feel forced to do; you want something that is going to go to the very heart and shift the ethos of your school.
You may well have heard about mindfulness and the positive impact it can have on pupils and adults, perhaps you’ve given it a go yourself, but you’re not sure where to start with making it an integral part of your school. You don’t feel a training course for one or two staff members who are then tasked with cascading to others is going to work. You want the essence of mindfulness to infiltrate to each and every individual in the building.
Here at Learnful that’s what we help you do. We guide, encourage and empower teachers, pupils, parents and Governors to take a mindful approach so collectively, the whole school can reap the benefits.
How can I help you…
Anti Bullying Week Resources
Mindfulness Resource Toolbox
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With so much going on this term it’s easy to lose yourself in the thick of things. Getting through each day, hour-by-hour, always so busy DOING. Checking off your lists, organising, finding, remembering, sorting, teaching, reflecting, tidying, making...but what about...
It's sometimes simple things that make us go from calm to annoyed very quickly. When we're tired or hungry, we have even less patience. What do you get angry with yourself about? How do you 'beat yourself up' with your thoughts and words? There is another way, and a...
What people are saying…
“I love your use of language, ie a feeling visits them rather than they are an angry child.
Using your own children as examples really helps as the children can relate to this.”
Year 5 teacher, Leicestershire.
“It’s good because it makes me think a bit deeper about what’s going on inside me?”
Staff at Redlands Community Primary School, Leicestershire