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Teach Primary Awards Finalists
We are finalists in the The Teach Primary Awards
in the Wellbeing category.

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Free virtual
introduction event

Find out about The Whole Of Me resource on this short live session,
with renowned educator & co-creator Philip Davis.

A comprehensive, simple to use toolkit of active stories, songs and movement for Early Years, Yr 1 and 2. Aimed at teachers.

HAPPY PEOPLE LEARN

The Whole of Me is a comprehensive, simple to use toolkit of active stories, song and movement for Early years, Yr 1 and 2. It is based around 8 themes and designed to create a magical world of language, wellbeing, focus and fun.

Wellbeing theme in children of empathy
Wellbeing theme in children of gratitude
Wellbeing theme in children of listening
Wellbeing theme in children of communicating
Wellbeing theme in children of communicating
Wellbeing theme in children of regulation
Wellbeing theme in children of confidence
Wellbeing theme in children of curiosity

Click on a theme for more information

Each theme consists of an interactive story, specially composed songs,  and yoga inspired moves. The moves in the story can also be used as wonderful standalone activities to calm, energise and stretch. Each theme comes with a selection of extension activities to enhance the story. As you progress through the themes you will build a complete toolkit of songs, movements and stories.

yoga for kids

‘The Whole of Me is a multi-sensory, carefully layered resource that will guide & support teachers who understand that children don’t learn unless they feel safe and happy. 


As teachers use the story-based activities, children express their creativity through movement,
sounds and words. 


The world can be an overwhelming place for a young person. Through movement, sound, and playful discovery, children have an innate ability to express what is in the artist’s dream. 


The Whole of Me uses evidence-based cognitive science to tap into children’s innate ability to create. It supports teachers to make their classrooms into places where children’s well-being is the foundation for developing a sense of community. 
There is no other resource out there of this quality. ‘

Rebecca Van Homan FCCT
Lead Literacy Teacher
Additional Educational Needs Teacher 
British School in The Netherlands

Teach primary awards runners up 2021
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