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Staying Curious

Staying Curious

Did you know?  Curiosity is considered to be an intellectual virtue and many argue it is key to wellbeing – our own and that of others. Think of someone like Marie Curie or Thomas Edison – everything they achieved started with a spark of curiosity....
Infinite Thinking

Infinite Thinking

Did you know?  Not knowing everything is part of being human. Think about the question: ‘What is the biggest number?’. Depending who you ask, you will get a lot of answers to that question. A young child may answer 10, or 100 or 1000 depending on...
Emotionally Based School Avoidance

Emotionally Based School Avoidance

Did you know? What used to be known as ‘school refusal’ refers to when a child’s anxiety reaches a level where they can’t go to school. It’s now called Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA) because ‘school refusal’...
The Importance of Play for Grown-Ups

The Importance of Play for Grown-Ups

Did you know? Play is not all fun and games! Watch any documentary about young animals and you will expect to see chasing, climbing, jumping and play fighting… over and over and over again. The evolutionary reason for this is because play releases dopamine and...
Poverty, Mental Health, and Schools: A Drop in the Ocean?

Poverty, Mental Health, and Schools: A Drop in the Ocean?

Read Claire’s article for HWRK Magazine here: https://hwrkmagazine.co.uk/poverty-mental-health-schools/