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  • £600 for one person, discounted to £1000 for two people from the same school or service. Early bird sale prices (£500/£900) until March 8th. This two-day professional accreditation programme will enable you to introduce, support and sustain Circle Solutions as a tool for whole-school wellbeing. This booking is for places on the course to be held in Covent Garden, Central London, on 25 and 26 April 2024. All course attendees must have previously attended the Introduction to Circle Solutions course For more information go here: Circle Solutions training
  • Full of humour and ideas for both personal and social action, Gran and Me - No More Blah, Blah, Blah is an interactive story for children from ages 7 to 12  - and their grandparents. Each price includes a donation of £1 to a climate action charity*. Discounts for multiple paper copies available.
    • We'll hold a vote for which charity when there's enough to make that worthwhile!
    48pp - pdf is 6.5MB
  • A set of ten posters, one for each of the Wellbeing Stories characters, each with a brief description of the character.
  • The six Wellbeing stories for 8-11-year-olds are about alternative ways of thinking. There are ten characters to represent different kinds of self-talk. These are either helpful to you or really not helpful at all and get in the way of your wellbeing. The positive characters give you good ideas and good feelings but the negative ones usually make you feel horrible. Recognising these different voices shows there are choices about how you see the world and how you deal with what happens to you. More information on the wellbeingstories.com website
  • These six Wellbeing stories for 8-11-year-olds are about alternative ways of thinking. There are ten characters to represent different kinds of self-talk. These are either helpful to you or really not helpful at all and get in the way of your wellbeing. The positive characters give you good ideas and good feelings but the negative ones usually make you feel horrible. Recognising these different voices shows there are choices about how you see the world and how you deal with what happens to you. More information on the wellbeingstories.com website
  • These six Wellbeing stories for 8-11-year-olds are about alternative ways of thinking. There are ten characters to represent different kinds of self-talk. These are either helpful to you or really not helpful at all and get in the way of your wellbeing. The positive characters give you good ideas and good feelings but the negative ones usually make you feel horrible. Recognising these different voices shows there are choices about how you see the world and how you deal with what happens to you. More information on the wellbeingstories.com website
  • BENJI AND THE BEAUTIFUL BLESSINGS is about a primary school teacher who is a real misery.  No one wants to be in his class even if he does get good results.  He is best friends with SoBS who makes him think that he is entitled to everything and everyone else is a waste of space. Things change when Belle arrives at the school as a new teacher and to Benji’s great surprise takes an interest in him and then introduces him to the Beautiful Blessings.  This turns out to be transformative.
  • BENJI AND THE BEAUTIFUL BLESSINGS is about a primary school teacher who is a real misery.  No one wants to be in his class even if he does get good results.  He is best friends with SoBS who makes him think that he is entitled to everything and everyone else is a waste of space. Things change when Belle arrives at the school as a new teacher and to Benji’s great surprise takes an interest in him and then introduces him to the Beautiful Blessings.  This turns out to be transformative.
  • BENJI AND THE BEAUTIFUL BLESSINGS is about a primary school teacher who is a real misery.  No one wants to be in his class even if he does get good results.  He is best friends with SoBS who makes him think that he is entitled to everything and everyone else is a waste of space. Things change when Belle arrives at the school as a new teacher and to Benji’s great surprise takes an interest in him and then introduces him to the Beautiful Blessings.  This turns out to be transformative.
  • DANA AND THE DOOM MERCHANT addresses issues of loss and change. Dana has a history of successfully moving schools but now she is distraught because she is going to a different high school from her friends.  This gives the Doom Merchant an opportunity to seed thoughts that things will never be good again. ZIP comes along and points out that the Doom Merchant is a fraud who takes away optimism and hope.  Dana tells this story from the point of view of now being in High School where things have turned out OK.
  • DANA AND THE DOOM MERCHANT addresses issues of loss and change. Dana has a history of successfully moving schools but now she is distraught because she is going to a different high school from her friends.  This gives the Doom Merchant an opportunity to seed thoughts that things will never be good again. ZIP comes along and points out that the Doom Merchant is a fraud who takes away optimism and hope.  Dana tells this story from the point of view of now being in High School where things have turned out OK.
  • DANA AND THE DOOM MERCHANT addresses issues of loss and change. Dana has a history of successfully moving schools but now she is distraught because she is going to a different high school from her friends.  This gives the Doom Merchant an opportunity to seed thoughts that things will never be good again. ZIP comes along and points out that the Doom Merchant is a fraud who takes away optimism and hope.  Dana tells this story from the point of view of now being in High School where things have turned out OK.
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