Let them Try – Can Young Adults Change the World?

Last week was a very challenging one in my day job. One of my lovely Schools had to deal with a very tragic event which rocked the school and its students. The school was exemplary in its handling of the situation and had already accessed all relevant crisis support teams to help students out. As […]

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Tap, tap, tap…

I’ve been putting off writing this article. I decided to sit and have think about why that is. With some help from the goddess that is Adrienne Mishler, I did her yoga practice for writers and decided to go for it! As I write, I realise that I lost my confidence a little. Life and […]

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What just happened?

I’ve just opened my laptop after what seems like a lifetime. Flickering hopefully on the screen was the first few lines of my pre-Christmas blog. Eerily enough, I was due to talk about the fact that Christmas is not always a great time of year. Many of the young adults that I work with do […]

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Dying to Talk???

A Guide to Bereavement for Parents, Carers and Educators Recent Armistice events have seen us all exposed to the immense bravery of the Men, Women and animals who gave their lives to save ours. There has also, been much talk of loss. When talking to young adults about bereavement, we, as the adults who want […]

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