Emotional Health

We’ve always been very proud of the fact that one of the very first courses we ran at Dragonfly 17 years ago was on Stress Management for staff. Supporting teachers has always been at the heart of what we do. Since then we have delivered Emotional & Mental Health courses and Wellbeing courses to hundreds of schools. Staff love that we offer practical techniques rather than endless theory. They learn how to effectively protect their own emotional and mental health, whilst also supporting their pupils and each other.

PRESSURE MANAGEMENT & RESILIENCE FOR BUSY PEOPLE

With good reason, this is one of the UK’s most popular and highly acclaimed in-school training courses for teaching and support staff. It has been run by more than 600 schools from all sectors over the last 13 years. It is endorsed by HMC, NUT, ISC, GSA, GDST and IAPS. Your school is only as good as the people who work in it. If, even for reasons outside of the school’s control, staff feel stressed, anxious or unhappy, this will have ...

Using Resilience and Well-being to Work Well Under Pressure

THE ULTIMATE UNDERSTANDING OF MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS

Do you value the emotional wellbeing of your students and staff so that the best possible standards of teaching and learning can be achieved? Are you concerned about the welfare, stress and anxiety placed on students during examination time? Do you want to have the knowledge, skills and strategies necessary to support and address mental and emotional health in your school? The Ultimate Understanding of Mental and Emotional Health in Scho...

Feed the heart to feed the brain

AN INTRODUCTION TO EMOTIONAL WELLBEING AND GOOD MENTAL HEALTH FOR TEACHERS

One in four working people in the UK will experience some form of mental distress in their lifetimes, with workplace stress identified as the number one cause. Research by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has identified teaching as the most stressful occupation in the UK, and stress is cited as the predominant reason by teachers for leaving the profession. Would you benefit from easy-to- use strategies to help you to manage ...

Preparing staff for the resilience needed to cope effectively with the challenges of teaching

THE MENTAL HEALTH FRIENDLY CLASSROOM

In the UK, students are 10 per cent more likely to have higher anxiety levels than the general population, with 30 per cent of them at secondary school reporting that they have experienced high anxiety. Schools are subsequently having to work with anincreasing number of children with a range of mental health problems. Do you feel sufficiently able to cope with the increasing number of children experiencing mental health challenges...

How to reduce student anxiety and build confidence in the secondary classroom

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