Creating a mentally healthy environment for children, staff and parents, should be a priority for all schools. Here are 50 simple tips which will help to make your school a happy place.
Talking positively to your children about their homework can really help with the task at hand. Praising them for being motivated or showing a great attitude, offering guidance when they find something tricky and talking to them about what they are doing, will all help to create a calm and positive environment for learning. Here are some phrases you can use if you are stuck for something to say.
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks to Jarlath O’Brien about special schools, school behaviour management strategies and how schools can build successful parent partnerships. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 and lockdown on children’s behaviour as schools prepare to reopen in September.
The wellbeing of all school staff is hugely important. Schools can be challenging places and teaching is a difficult job. Returning to school this year may feel more daunting than most. It’s crucial that everyone working in the school environment cultivates their own resilience, find ways to relax and feel proud of their achievements. Our worksheet will help you to reflect on your worries and plan your goals.
Quick tips to help teachers establish a trusting partnership with parents.