As a caring teacher, you want nothing more than to help your children become happy, confident learners. However, you know only too well that if a child is not in a great place emotionally, this can also impact their ability to focus and learn.
You will often see:
As an experienced teacher and SENDCo I've seen this all too often, along with the negative impact that this has on not only the mental health of the children but on the relationships with parents and on the well-being of staff, who are already struggling to cope with the high demands of a crammed curriculum as well as out of class responsibilities.
Sadly, this is becoming more prevalent, and not a lot of time is allocated to the curriculum to develop the emotional intelligence of children. Arguably, however, this is even more important than academic intelligence. Here's why:
Fortunately, we are seeing more meditation and mindfulness in schools now, which is a positive step forward. However, this is only tackling part of the problem.
LLAMA Meditation Emotional Wellbeing and Empowerment Course offers more than just meditation.
By the end of this course, your children will have developed a more positive sense of self-worth, self-awareness and resilience. They will have strategies to cope with negative emotions and change. They will also have the skills and knowledge to develop more positive relationships with others, along with a better ability to identify and build positive friendships, and feel more comfortable in having their own views, whilst being able to see things from different perspectives. They will also be better able to respect other people’s views and peacefully disagree with others.
Your children will also have developed a real sense of connection and awareness of who they are and how they are feeling, along with an ability to better regulate their emotions and tap into and trust their own inner guidance system. All this will be developed whilst having fun and spending quality time together. Plus all the physical and mental health benefits of meditation can be enjoyed by everyone, helping you all develop positive emotional wellbeing and inner peace.
L.L.A.M.A Meditation Emotional Wellbeing and Empowerment Course
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By the end of the course
What The Children Have Said:
“I love it when you run around and act like the animals, but I love all of it – and when you meditate.” Beth (age 9)
“It helps me to keep calm” Luke (Age 9)
“I like meditating on the different animals each week.” Joe (age 8)
“I’m definitely doing this again. It helps me in class. I can concentrate better after it. I can’t normally concentrate on my work, but like, after this now I will be able to concentrate and do my work better.” Becky (Age 9)
“It’s fun when every week we do a different thing” Lucy (age 7)
“It helps me to sleep” Sam (Age 10)
I like doing them before school because you’re going in a good mood – you’re calm, not angry” Ben (Age 10)
Improve your mindset with the rabbit, who teaches 'I control my thoughts and I choose good ones.'
Develop mindset with the kangaroo, who teaches 'I have the power to achieve my goals and dreams.'
Develop a positive mindset with the butterfly, who teaches 'I know changes will bring better things.'
Build Positive Relationships with the dog, who teaches 'I am a good friend to others and I am loved'
Develop relationships with the rat, who teaches 'Even when we disagree, we can still be kind to each other.'
Develop problem-solving skills with the chameleon, who teaches 'I try to see things from the point of view of others'
Develop problem-solving skills with the Seagull, who teaches 'I can solve problems by seeing them differently.'
Develop problem-solving skills with the lion, who teaches 'I am confident and I can face this easily'
Build great relationships with the dolphin, who teaches 'when we work together we can achieve more.'
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