This programme is built on knowledge from psychology, sociology and counselling to provide students with a well-rounded understanding and use of skills around wellbeing. This programme is aimed at Y9-Y11 students and consist of 8 2-hour sessions in class. There is an after school option available also.
We aim for all students to leave with a sense of self-awareness, self-esteem and the ability to tackle life’s challenges with a greater resilience. Throughout the programme, the students will gain a foundational education around WELLBEING and practical ways to look after our:
— Psychological health
— Emotional health
— Spiritual health
> Students learn how to find ‘balance’ within their psychological, spiritual, physical and emotional wellbeing.
> Students are able to critically understand the ‘continuum of wellbeing’, and discuss how resiliency and self awareness interact with potential to thrive.
> Students gain understanding around the impact of social media on our sense of identity and relationships.
> Students feel empowered to talk about their thoughts and feelings.
>Students gain understanding around the importance of social networks.
> Students have a practical understanding of how to use emotional literacy tools, self care plans, meditation, grounding, asking for help, knowing where to go for help when appropriate.
> Students are able to pass on knowledge around wellbeing safely and with confidence.
*The Wellness Project focuses energy into the holistic well-being of the young people, and community with which it works. Our ‘Wellness Project’ looks to inspire and to put into action resilience building.
While members of the Logos Wellness Project have extensive training in wellbeing, we are not health professionals. Our online materials are for general education purposes, and should not be taken for a specialised perspective. We aim for all of the information on our online platforms to be accurate and up to date, but cannot guarantee this.
The nature of wellbeing is unique to every individual- the approaches suggested in our content may have positive or negative impacts.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, or are in any way unsafe, we recommend you reach out to the following organisations.
Youthline: 0800 376 633. Free text 234.
Lifeline: 0800 LIFELINE
Samaritans: 0800 726 666
Need To Talk?: Text 1737