Take Notice

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Taking notice of our thoughts, emotions and surroundings is a great way to stay present and pay attention to our needs. Taking notice of things we’re grateful for, big or small, is a great way to boost our mood and appreciate our surroundings.

The following activities use mindfulness and other practical tools to support your work as well as your life priorities. You will also be able to sign up for events and webinars.

  • Two minute mindfulness

    Two-minute mindfulness

    Making mindfulness part of your daily routine is a huge step in the right direction towards changing the climate of your own mind.
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  • Teacher mindfulness

    Sign up to free mindfulness workshops

    We are running free online mindfulness workshops throughout the school year with Tony Dallas
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  • Teachers

    Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    CBT considers the connections between our thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
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    Keep a gratitude journal

    A gratitude journal is a place for you to record the things that make you feel happy. This guide will help you get started.
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Explore featured Teacher Wellbeing pages

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    Learn

    Opportunities for your professional development through online courses, seminars and conferences.
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  • Teacher Wellbeing Give Blue.png

    Give

    Ways to support good causes, make a difference in your community and help those less fortunate.
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    Read

    Tune out with a good audio book, book or podcast.
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See all in our Teacher Wellbeing area