Our Mindfulness exercises have proven so effective with pupils that teachers, staff and even parents have been keen to participate in learning too!
Our creative mindfulness workshops use innovative drama techniques to provide children with the tools to practice mindfulness and breathing techniques both at school and at home. Mindfulness encourages children to talk about their feelings, and puts in place tools to help manage stress. We believe mindfulness is a powerful life skill, and a key tool to help your pupils become
Your class will…
Explore the concept of mindfulness
Take part in basic mindfulness exercises that can be used at home and in the classroom
Explore resilience, and skills and stratagies that will help them to be resilient
Explore how to communicate how they are feeling
Creative Play workshops are short and sweet, designed to be a burst of creativity to keep children engaged. As the sessions are one to two hours long, we can with two to four classes across the school day. The sessions are led by an experienced facilitator who collaborates with pupils in order to explore the topic through drama.
This workshop includes props and accessories to aid learning
Tell us more about your issues you’re facing in school in advance of the workshop so the content we deliver can hit the spot!
Deputy Head Teacher
"One Day created a bespoke package to suit our school, which included sessions for every class (Nursery to Yr 6) as well as a session for staff and governors. The sessions were accessible to all children regardless of need or ability and were very well received. We received emails from parents saying how positive their children had found the lessons. The staff and governors also thoroughly enjoyed the sessions but in doing so were able to see the benefits that could be achieved within their classes. The skills and strategies that were shared were manageable and easy to replicate so as a school we have continued to develop what we were taught. Thank you again for giving us ‘calm’ in a hectic world and the ability to ‘settle our glitter’!"
Primary School in North Tyneside