The It’s Okay Journal and Teacher’s Handbook
Have you noticed the attainment gap has increased since Covid?
Are pupils aware they are behind and is this making them anxious?
Do you have to re-teach forgotten learning?
Are some finding it harder to learn?
If you want catch-up you need to invest in an educational programme that deals with their anxiety.
Reduce pupil anxiety and improve resilience with the latest “done for you” resource written by a MH expert and teacher for use in school and at home.
Deliver the 10-sessions with the Journals through:
- In-school or remote learning.
- Whole class or personalised for targeted pupils.
- As part of curriculum or ‘golden time’.
- Requires no technology.
What’s inside the pupil Journal?
The pupil book is written as a coaching programme; it helps children to learn about anxiousness; that it is not just about calming down or feeling nervous. The Journal shows them how they can change those intense feelings to a more useful state.
It uses children’s everyday experiences- friendship fallouts, feeling different, having difficult conversations, feeling panicky.
It shows what life can be like if you can manage your anxiety.
Pupils explore their experiences through activity pages, learn facts from fiction and gain Top Tips and strategies.
‘It’s Okay’ Pupil Personal Journal £7.99* + postage
Teacher’s Handbook £19.99* + postage
Class bundle £274.98* (a £36 discount) Inc UK postage
- 35 Journals (A5, 98 pp, coil-bound)
- 1 Teacher’s Handbook (A4, 72 pp, bound)
Complete the form to order your copies
Ordering next steps:
- Complete order form below, selecting the quantities you wish to purchase, and press Send.
- We will confirm receipt of order form and send your invoice along with T&C’s for payment via BACS or online transfer.
- Your shipment will be sent before the end of the Autumn term.
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About the author
Marilyn Tucknott M.A. is an expert in meeting universal Mental Health needs. She has a wealth of knowledge and practical experience from teaching and training teachers, advising schools and Authorities. She has written on-line CPD MH resources.
A passionate advocate of child mental wellness Marilyn wanted to create safe and guided opportunity for every child to talk about uncertainty- the ‘not knowingness’ of life- and have strategies to draw upon.
Using her life-long experience in education, the Journal combines gold standards of teaching with NLP persuasive language to enable deep level learning.