The Chameleon Project: a programme for recovery to empower individuals and schools to flourish in a post Covid World
In this webinar Julia Harrington, GSA Head and Founder of BrainCanDo, will introduce the Chameleon Recovery Programme which has been specially designed to help schools deal with Covid anxiety among staff, pupils and parents, as well as to build resilience and community cohesion for the future.
It is now understood that chronic long-term stress can inhibit pupils’ ability to commit new information to memory1 and alter the physiological structure in those parts of the brain responsible for learning and memory2. Helping pupils to learn how to manage their stress and improve their wellbeing can in turn increase the opportunities for learning to take place.
The Chameleon Recovery Programme – a series of resources, workshops, support and bespoke evaluation – sets out to help schools address the perpetual uncertainty and the heightened states of anxiety, in both children and adults, that have accompanied the Covid-19 pandemic. Using BrainCanDo insights into psychology and neuroscience, it will support school leadership teams to take advantage of their school’s unique position to help children build positive relationships and develop the resilience and mental skills needed to face the challenges of the future.
If you missed part one of understanding the adolescent brain delivered on 23 June 2021, please contact email@example.com to purchase the recording.
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