Providing mental and emotional wellbeing transformation for schools and families
Giving tools to thrive in learning and life
Hi, I’m Jo, and I empower children, teachers and parents to notice and nurture their mental health and emotional well-being so they can live and learn with more happiness.
Healthy hearts. Happy minds. Endless potential.
Imagine if our children had the freedom to learn without fear, navigate challenges with strength and positivity and be able to notice and nuture their inner experiences.
Too many of our children are finding life and learning demanding and stressful.
I would say too many of our teachers and parents feel the same way.
Happiness, contentment and flourishing are somewhere in the distance, not now.
Our children, the future generation, are observing, modelling and learning from their adults, peers, digital input and their environment. And let’s face it, there’s a lot of stress, exhaustion, pressure, striving and worry out there.
To live and learn with more ease and joy, we need to equip our youngsters with regular practices that prioritise positive mental health and emotional wellness.
Learning to surf the waves of life…even when the seas are stormy.
Learnful offers daily mindfulness practice of noticing and nurturing thoughts and feelings and providing tools to calm, settle, reflect, enjoy and smile.
How I can help you…
Practise mental and emotional wellbeing together with a regular mindfulness practice that improves calm, connection and compassion.
Wellbeing Resource Toolbox
Most people in schools next week will be experiencing and operating with an internal ‘edginess’. It’s understandable, uncomfortable and perfectly normal under the circumstances. But how much openness and discussion will there be about these feelings? My worry is that...
Three mindfulness teachings, all before 8am, delivered to you by a 3 year old and 5 year old… Lesson 1 “Is it morning time?” asks my 3 year old at 6:50am. “It is.” I reply. “Yessss!” he responds, throwing the cover off his bed. What adults do you know (yourself...
I’ve had a few conversations recently about people reacting in an aggressive manner rather than responding in a calm way. The first was a Headteacher receiving abuse from parents when reminded to wear a mask on site. The other was a friend in a supermarket...
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