Raising a resilient child
Want to help your child deal with stress and adversity? It’s easier than you think and you can start today with this video and activity pack.

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on email
Email

During lockdown we had the pleasure of co-hosting a webinar with the wonderful Stella Scally- Gower, a teacher and Head of Key Stage 1 at Beaulieu School. As part of a series organised by our local LeanIn network, we focused on 3 of our skills that would:

  • help parents deal with their own pressures AND
  • help their children deal with the upcoming return to the school environment. 

Louise and Stella were so inspired by the feedback they received from the parents on the webinar that they decided to create a video directly to pupils to refresh and explain the skills. They make quite the double act as you will see in the video below and Stella agreed to let us share it with all parents interested in raising a resilient child. 

If you’re a parent or professional who works with children (such as an educator or health professional), download the activity pack below so you can help raise a resilient child everday.

Yes please, send me the activity pack!

Pop in your email.

    We won't send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.

    About The Author

    Share This Post

    Share on facebook
    Facebook
    Share on linkedin
    LinkedIn
    Share on twitter
    Twitter
    Share on email
    Email

    Never Miss A Post

    Subscribe and get updates

    By entering your e-mail you agree to our our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

    More To Explore

    Change
    Jon Watkins

    Why People Respond To Change Differently: Obstacles vs Opportunities

    We all interpret and respond to change differently. Some people are excited by change whilst others appear resistant and overwhelmed. Understanding the many different perspectives, emotions and responses to change in ourselves and those around us, brings people together, makes people feel understood and builds energy for change.

    resilience
    Emma Ogilvie

    What is Resilience & How Should It Be Defined?

    What is resilience? What makes someone “resilient” and can anyone develop resilience over time? Here’s a quick summary of what the psychology community is saying and our thoughts.