Winning Wellbeing Workbook

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Publisher: Folens


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Winning Wellbeing is a Junior Cycle publication that has been written to support the development of mental, emotional and physical wellbeing in students. It is also designed to help schools meet the 400-hour minimum requirement for Junior Cycle Wellbeing, which it does through a set of student-friendly lessons that cover topics different to CSPE, SPHE and PE.

Simple structure: A straightforward, consistent four-page structure in each lesson makes it easy to follow.

Achievable and flexible: The book is structured with the school calendar in mind. There are 28 short lessons – achievable within a class and within the school year.

Engaging: A strong emphasis on experiential learning and reflection will help students to develop wellbeing skills that they can take with them into later school and adult life.

Variety and choice: Every lesson offers a range of activities, so you can select the activities that are best suited to your class.

Teacher support: The lessons have been carefully written to support teachers of all experience levels to cover sometimes serious, always important topics.

Alignment to wellbeing indicators: The book is aligned to the six indicators of wellbeing: Active, Aware, Connected, Resilient, Respected, Responsible.

Siobhán Hackett is a Learning Support Coordinator in the Ursuline Secondary School Thurles, where she teaches Learning Support, Art and SPHE. Aside from her teaching qualifications, she holds a professional certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and is a certified Self-Esteem Elevation Coach and Mindfulness Teacher. Siobhán is also the best-selling co-author of Shine: A Girl’s Guide to Thriving (Not Just Surviving) in Real Life.

School Level: Secondary

Class: Junior Cycle

Subject: Wellbeing

ISBN-10: 178927639X

ISBN-13: 9781789276398

Barcode: 9781789276398

Publisher: Folens

Author: Siobhan Hackett

New column

Product: Textbook

Format: Softback / Paperback

Edition: 1st Edition

Language: English

Pages:

Weight: 0.304 kg

Publication Date: 2022

Winning Wellbeing is a Junior Cycle publication that has been written to support the development of mental, emotional and physical wellbeing in students. It is also designed to help schools meet the 400-hour minimum requirement for Junior Cycle Wellbeing, which it does through a set of student-friendly lessons that cover topics different to CSPE, SPHE and PE.

Simple structure: A straightforward, consistent four-page structure in each lesson makes it easy to follow.

Achievable and flexible: The book is structured with the school calendar in mind. There are 28 short lessons – achievable within a class and within the school year.

Engaging: A strong emphasis on experiential learning and reflection will help students to develop wellbeing skills that they can take with them into later school and adult life.

Variety and choice: Every lesson offers a range of activities, so you can select the activities that are best suited to your class.

Teacher support: The lessons have been carefully written to support teachers of all experience levels to cover sometimes serious, always important topics.

Alignment to wellbeing indicators: The book is aligned to the six indicators of wellbeing: Active, Aware, Connected, Resilient, Respected, Responsible.

Siobhán Hackett is a Learning Support Coordinator in the Ursuline Secondary School Thurles, where she teaches Learning Support, Art and SPHE. Aside from her teaching qualifications, she holds a professional certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and is a certified Self-Esteem Elevation Coach and Mindfulness Teacher. Siobhán is also the best-selling co-author of Shine: A Girl’s Guide to Thriving (Not Just Surviving) in Real Life.

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