Explore ways to support children’s mental health and wellbeing, by creating a culture of character within your school and taking a strengths-based approach - every day of the year.
Good role models are essential for our young people. Understanding the importance of role models, their character strengths and the knowledge of how to implement this into your curriculum is essential to a harmonious school environment. So where do you begin?
Educators often wonder what students will end up doing as a profession when they leave school, asking themselves, has the schooling the students received done enough to prepare them for the world of work? Will students have the knowledge, skills, resilience and adaptivity to survive and be lifelong learners in this ever-changing modern world?
6 MINUTE READ - Learn why 2022 is the year your school should embed character education into its curriculum to see amazing results.
Harriet Tubman knew all about resilience. Albert Einstein used wildly creative ideas in his scientific work. Character strengths such as empathy, perseverance and gratitude greatly improve the odds that our young people will thrive, regardless of the challenges. Character strengths also play a vital role in student wellbeing, social emotional learning, and positive personal development. … Continue reading About Amazing People Schools
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"Amazing People Schools is part of our daily routine and an important part of the recovery curriculum. I used it to introduce my class to several phenomenal Black people including Louis Armstrong, Abebe Bikila and Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti. After watching a video and reading the story, I give the class time to jot down 5 facts … Continue reading What our teachers are saying…