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Keeping Minds Happy and Healthy: A handbook for teachers (Paperback)
  • Keeping Minds Happy and Healthy: A handbook for teachers (Paperback)

Keeping Minds Happy and Healthy: A handbook for teachers (Paperback)

Paperback 168 Pages
Published: 18/07/2016
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Keeping Minds Happy and Healthy is a practical resource for teachers and shows how pupils can achieve and maintain excellent mental health. It focuses on identifying the main causes of unhappiness, stress and anxiety, by examining the difficulties a school system can inadvertently create for pupils. By developing resilience, empathic behaviour, social skills and self respect during childhood, pupils will better equipped to withstand the pressures of modern society and growing up.

With practical tip sheets and advice Keeping Minds Happy and Healthy suggests ways to create a more positive educational experience for all pupils. Pat Guy shows how schools can increase all pupils’ well-being, enabling them to deal with the challenging situations they face as they move through education and into the adult world.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781138672512
Number of pages: 168
Weight: 317 g
Dimensions: 246 x 174 mm


"Pat Guy is an experienced teacher and his new book provides practical ideas to support schools in auditing their school systems to ensure that they are not contributing to pupils’ unhappiness, stress and anxiety […] The publication is full of helpful and practical ideas to make school safe and life enhancing for all pupils and concludes with tips and advice sheets that would be usefully shared in any staff meeting to develop and share expectations on developing positive learning environments that work for all." – Special Needs Information Press (SNIP)

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