Providing mental and emotional wellbeing transformation for schools
Our world needs mentally and
emotionally healthy children and teachers.
Hi, I’m Jo, and I empower children and teachers to nurture and improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing so they can live, learn and teach with more happiness.
Welcome to Learnful.
I’m so glad you’re here.
I know how much you want to support your learners with their emotional and mental health needs.
You know it’s vital for learning now and the difference it makes to a child’s future ability to flourish in today’s society.
With so many wellbeing offerings for schools, you want to choose the best thing for your school that truly improves and transforms individuals for life, not just something ‘nice to do’ each day with a little long-term impact.
Here’s how I can help you…
New Year Resolution Audios FREE Resource
Wellbeing Resource Toolbox
Teacher Toolbox: Take a look! A sample video from the Learnful School Membership Daily Wellbeing Programme.
Take a look! A sample video from the Learnful School Membership Daily Welbeing Programme. This video helps children to become aware of their thoughts and visions. The skill of noticing where our thinking mind 'takes us' can help children to observe when their...
Today I delivered mental health and emotional wellbeing practice to groups of Year 9 girls. I allowed them space to experience feelings in the body and to watch their thoughts. After two morning sessions, at the start of lunch break, I...
How do we help children to learn when they're frustrated? 1. Recognising you’re feeling frustrated is the first step. 2. Knowing what to do with the feeling of frustration is the second step. 3. Noticing the thoughts and words that you produce when you’re frustrated...
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