5 Top Tips for Social & Emotional Wellbeing

As parents, we are our child’s first teacher and an important role model.  From the earliest age, our children are constantly looking, listening and analysing what we do and that reflects on how they develop and grow.  

Join our weekend wellbeing workshop, where Ms Shirley Wan, our Head of DUCKS will share ideas on how we can establish positive routines and help develop social and emotional growth in our youngest children. 

Ms Wan will use real-life experiences to guide you in discovering effective strategies. The topics covered include how to help children regulate their emotions, establish positive habits and routines, and explore their talents and creativity. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to interact with other parents, exchange ideas, and ask questions.

Scan the QR code and join us for our workshops on Early Years Wellbeing Workshop!


5 Top Tips for Children's Wellbeing:

Establish Routine and Structure: Children thrive with routine and structure. Establish consistent daily routines for meals, sleep, playtime, and other activities. Predictability and structure provide a sense of stability and help children feel secure.

Support Emotional Development: Help your child understand and regulate their emotions. Teach them about different emotions and provide strategies for managing and expressing their feelings in healthy ways. Validate their emotions and offer comfort and support during challenging times. 

Promote Healthy Habits: Encourage healthy habits, such as regular physical activity, nutritious eating, and sufficient sleep. Model these behaviours yourself and involve your child in age-appropriate activities that promote physical wellbeing.

Foster a Growth Mindset: Encourage a growth mindset in your child by praising effort, persistence, and resilience rather than focusing solely on outcomes. Help them understand that mistakes are opportunities for learning and growth. 

Model Self-Care: Show your child the importance of self-care by prioritising your own well-being. Take care of your physical and mental health, engage in activities you enjoy, and demonstrate healthy coping strategies for stress.

Building a supportive community around wellbeing

Our workshop is an opportunity for all parents interested in the wellbeing to learn, discuss and share experiences in a relaxed and social environment.  

Afternoon coffee, tea and snacks will be available so please register today so we can confirm your place. We look forward to seeing you there.