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Are you feeling lonely?
Elizabeth Feltoe | 10th May 2022
It's mental health awareness week this week (9-15 May). This is a week that the charity The Mental Health Foundation uses to raise awareness of a different mental health experience each year. This year the focus is on loneliness.Along with many other emotional and mental health struggles, it's a subject that people might find difficult to talk abouRead more
Hannah Dengate | 20th November 2020
Why and How Mentoring works...At Phase we are passionate about equipping children and young people so that they don't just survive but thrive as they journey through life. We love to help children and young people build good wellbeing and resilience. At Phase we have the opportunity to do this in a number of ways, but one particular way in which weRead more
Emily Croucher | 20th January 2020
As part of our Grow workshop, we have been looking at positive ways for children to manage their emotions and have encouraged them to reflect on strategies that they would find helpful when they feel angry, sad or worried. This page will explain some of the strategies used, as well as other examples that may work better at home. Many parents will aRead more
Mentoring; a space to grow
Kieran Murphy | 15th November 2019
What do you do if you don’t know how to do something, say some DIY? Perhaps you would look for some videos on Youtube, read some articles or even call a friend you know who has the knowledge you need. In a small way this is you being mentored. The dictionary defines it as - Mentor: a wise and trusted counsellor or teacher; an influential senior spRead more
More than an Emoji...
Hannah Dengate | 25th January 2019
There are in total 2,823 emojis- I definitely couldn’t tell you what they all are! Most of us, I imagine probably use emojis when texting – whether it’s a smile, heart, thumbs up! I found out this week that you can even create an emoji to now look like you! The collection of emoji’s is forever growing. Emoji’s are a way of communicating how we arRead more