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Head of English Miss McLarnon suggests some ways to improving our well-being, especially during this time when we may be looking for things to do: In these extraordinary times, many of us will find ourselves with more time on our hands than at any other.  Time that we could fill up with looking obsessively at...
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What a strange TIME this is…but through this you can make the best of who you are and come back to school a stronger and wiser you. Have you noticed the quiet?  No cars… more birds song and time for you to listen to your own voice.  This is the perfect time for you to...
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Number three in Miss Troughton’s Well-Being thoughts for us: Ideas to help De-stress and unwind. Sleep well. After an evening bath or shower, lie down with a rolled up towel or pillow under your knees.  Close your eyes. Breathe in through your nose to the count of four and slowly breathe out. Imagine your out...
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Staying fit and healthy is important at the best of times.  Miss Troughton suggests taking time for a bit of fitness! Try this fitness app… I think its brilliant! You tube; The Body Coach by Fitness Guru Joe Wicks By keeping yourself fit you increase that feel good factor, have increased confidence and your mind...
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At this unusual time, Miss Troughton our Well-Being Practitioner offers her thoughts in a series of regular posts: To our school community This pandemic we are facing is changing our day to day lives much faster than we could ever have guessed.  While we must respect our fear and take precautions to follow government advice, each...
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