Once schools, children and staff start coming together again (whenever that may be), they’re going to need time to adjust.

Space to figure things out, to pay attention to their feelings and consider what’s going on – within them and around them.
No-one works well in a rush, with panic and/or pressure.
Fear-based learning and teaching cannot be an option if we are going to notice and nurture mental and emotional health of learners and teachers.
A daily check-in, a gentle reminder to focus on themselves and a short pause to gather thoughts and slow the busyness and demands of a ‘normal’ school day.

To find out more about how I can support your school with this visit: www.learnful.co.uk/learnful-schools

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