Talks for Staff, Parents, Assemblies and Parent Course.
Assembly Talks for pupils.
KS1 Colour the World with Kindness.
KS2 All Your Feelings are Real (you are human after all)
"Your Mental Health and Wellbeing."
A session for teachers. Life as a teacher can be overwhelming and challenging. With full on days, time is often in short supply and teachers can find themselves stretched and out of balance. A teacher recently described her days as equal to running a marathon on a daily basis.
This talk looks at what can be done within the school community to bring everyone together in a supportive and cohesive way. We talk about how everyone wants to feel at school and the ways to make this happen even on the tough days. Solving problems as a TEAM means that together everyone achieves more.
The emotional wellbeing of teachers is vital to the happiness of the whole school community and the smooth running of the school as a whole. Engagement from senior leadership to support the emotional wellbeing of teachers is seen to be a really healthy and proactive approach to a problem that is being felt by schools across the country.
This talk is delivered in person to teachers and can be done in a twilight session or as an INSET. It lasts for an hour.
A Session for Parents. Delivered online or in person a talk where the focus is Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Health and building Emotional resilience. As we continue to navigate our way through unprecedented and at times overwhelming world events it has become even more evident that these challenging times need us to develop our own emotional intelligence as parents and in doing so become role models for our children. With this in mind schools such as Wetherby, Dumpton, York House, The Merlin School and Cokethorpe Schools have invited me to talk to their parents giving advice and guidelines to help keep us all moving forward and adapt to change ever in challenging times.
If this is something that interests you for your school or your child's school please do get in touch. Recent feedback- "I was reminded this evening that's its ok to be human and it's important to share my humanity with my family!" "The feedback from the parents was very positive. They especially liked all the tips. It was very clear and well explained. Thank you Lulu”, The Knowledge Society, Knightsbridge School.
"Thank you very much for organising this. Great reminders, and great learnings. Great that Wetherby treats children’s wellbeing in such a professional and structured manner."
"Thank you so much for hosting the mental wellbeing talk yesterday evening. So enriching!’
"I just wanted to drop you a short note to thank you for your presentation last week. Jane and I both really enjoyed your talk and took value from the content." Parents from Dumpton School.
"Thanks so much for this evening's session. It really struck a cord with me about how I deal with my emotions and what I display to my children. A lot to take forward and learn from." Parent from Cokethorpe School.
"How to build healthy screen time habits with your children."
A Session for Parents.
For schools, or groups of parents this talk is delivered on line or in person.
This online or in person talk is perfect for parents who want to keep their children safe online.
The hour long talk covers the following with time for questions and answers at the end.
Why are screen time rules necessary? How do I help keep my child digitally safe? How to have open and honest conversations to help your child with any issues they might face online.
This talk was recently delivered to a group of parents who came together to create some rules to help them to set the same boundaries for their tweens.
How to Growing Strong and Happy Families."
A 3 part online parenting course. This course highlights some of the key qualities needed to keep families grounded, sane, and on track no matter what. Sharing tips and advice from her experience as a social and emotional learning education consultant and family counsellor Lulu highlights some of the key components that she suggests will help you navigate the often stormy waters of parenting.
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