The Oxford Dictionary defines well-being as ‘The state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy’.
Paying more attention to the present moment – to our own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around us – can improve our mental well-being. This awareness is known as “mindfulness”.
Practising mindfulness can help young children learn to focus, manage stress, regulate emotions, and develop a positive outlook.
Research has shown that mindfulness helps young children them:
- Improve emotional and well-being
- Feel calmer and more fulfilled
- Get on better with others
- Concentrate better
- Manage their stress and anxiety
Stressless aims to provide effective and stimulating activities to promote and improve the well-being of young children at school and at home.
Our Core Values:
Compassion – getting young children to actively hear and sense other individual’s thoughts and feelings whilst always trying to be kind and caring
Curiosity – To get young children recharged by discovering new insights through different activities.
Care – To foster care to all young children and maximise they wellbeing.
Courage – To empower young children to have the energy, determination and resilience to get through each day with less stress and more happiness.