Wellbeing

 

Students at Mylor Primary School they learn to understand themselves and others, and manage their relationships, lives, work and learning more effectively.

This involves students participating in a range of the following activities:

  • Paying attention 1: Mindfulness
  • Paying attention 2: Purposeful breaks
  • Understanding your emotions 1: Classroom safety
  • Understanding your emotions 2: Working with emotions
  • Coping with stress: Managing change
  • Setting goals and healthy habits: Positive futures
  • Setting goals and healthy habits 2: Hopeful thinking
  • Using your strengths: Building character
  • Using your strengths 2: Empathy

Students with well-developed social and emotional skills find it easier to manage themselves, relate to others, develop resilience and a sense of self-worth, resolve conflict, engage in teamwork and feel positive about themselves and the world around them.

Happy

Cheerful

Bored

Frustrated

Nervous

Creative