School Leaders

“Mindfulness has the capacity to improve staff occupational wellbeing and job satisfaction, improve performance, and reduce the wasted expenditure and human misery represented by the many days of stress related sickness and attrition from the teaching profession. The evidence base for the beneficial impact of mindfulness on the young is growing rapidly and students clearly need teachers skilled in mindfulness to teach it”. - Weare, K (2014)

Are you a School Leader or member of a School Board of Management?

 

Take a look at this menu of relevant supports:

 

  • Individual/Team Consultation

  • Child Protection and Safeguarding Training and Policy development

  • School Self Evaluation: Wellbeing ‘Looking at Our Schools’ 2016-2020

  • Stress Reduction Training

  • Mental Health & Wellbeing Workshops: Promoting Positive Staff Relations and Cultivating Person-Centred Cultures in Schools and Centres of Education

  • Support Programme for Adolescents in Times of Family Change, Loss and Bereavement including Separation and Divorce

  • Wellbeing Curricular Support to include the following:

    • An Introduction to the SPHE Programme: traditional and short course

    • Relationships, Sexuality, Gender, Orientation and Consent

    • ‘Cultivating Alternative Healthy Highs’: A Proactive Approach to Mental Health and Substance Use Education

    • Supporting our Young People on the Journey from Bereavement, Change and Loss to Wellbeing

    • Personal Safety and Welfare