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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 sp

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R is for Resilience

Hannah Dengate | 8th November 2019

How would you define resilience? This is the question that we get the students thinking about when we deliever our year 7 and year 8 resilience workshops. As part of the work of Phase, we deliver workshops to students in year 7 and year 8 looking at the topic of resilience, something that we are passionate about here at Phase!! A large number of t

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Start how you mean to go on

Kieran Murphy | 6th September 2019

New school year, new start. A new start to me often feels like starting a new exercise book when I was at school, where I would promise to myself to keep this one neat, clean and tidy. Sadly it was something that I rarely managed. But I’m old and wiser (or at least I like to think so!). So how do we start the way we mean to go? How do we move from

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How do you do!

Elizabeth Feltoe | 23rd July 2019

I am a couple of months into my Phase job and the time has flown by. I am working in the office supporting with admin and comms stuff and generally helping things tick along. Things I have learned since arriving: Phase is super organised and focused on its reason for being here. I have worked in a few small charities and none of them have been qui

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Top tips to build resilience

Kieran Murphy | 27th June 2019

Resilience is a bit of a buzz word right now, but what is it, why is it needed and most importantly, how do we build it? In this blog post I want to answer these questions and give you 10 great tips on how to build your resilience whether your a teenager or a have few more years on the clock. What is resilience? Resilience is our abilty to cope wi

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Being Part of the Phase Team...

Hannah Dengate | 17th January 2019

You are meant to thrive, not just survive. On Monday 3rd September 2018 I started working for a charity based in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, called Phase as their Wellbeing Lead. Before this I was in Christchurch, Dorset working as a Youth Worker for a Baptist church, whilst also studying on the MA Course at Moorlands Bible College. Why move 163 miles

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My return to work at Phase

Donna Wade | 20th July 2018

As many of you know, I went on maternity leave last year after giving birth to my beautiful little girl Juno (who is now a proper toddler...how did that happen?!) I returned to my job at Phase this year in February and since then have been trying to learn the art of juggling parenthood and work, learning much in the process. I have been exhausted

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How I won even though I failed

Sasha Austin-Seade | 29th June 2018

This post is supposed to be all about how I got on with the June Wellbeing challenge. I write them, I decide what we're doing, I even Instagrammed it and this is the point where I show you some amazing artwork 😳but he’s the thing I didn’t do it.🤭 Here's what happened. As much as I'd like to believe it, I'm not a superhero - now I can do pretty a

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Fair in the Square

Kieran Murphy | 8th September 2017

On Saturday 23rd September 10am - 2pm we have an exciting event happening in Hitchin - Fair in the Square! There will a whole host of stalls and activities to get involved with. There will be something for all the family - bake stall, great quality second-hand books and DVD's to buy, some physical challenges to pitch yourself against others, bounc

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Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund

Sasha Austin-Seade | 9th November 2016

Please support us by voting for PhaseHitchin in the Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund. http://www.galaxyhotchocolate.com/fund/profiles/phasehitchin We are developing our transition programme for year 6's and we would love to give each child a stretchy man to demonstrate and help them remember the importance of building resilience. This money can help us do

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