Are you nervous about results day this year? Are you nervous on behalf of someone else getting their results? We have some great advice for looking after yourself during this stressful period, and how to manage those anxieties.
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The current circumstances we’re all experiencing have changed our reality in so many ways. But how do we maintain a sense of team, a sense of comradery, when we are in a position where we might not see our teammates as much anymore? This article will go through a list of fun, group activity ideas to stay connected and boost morale.
Taking those first steps towards writing a story can be fun, but it can also be a challenging activity. This blog will go through six great tips for writing an exciting story.
As we enter another week in lockdown, finding activities to keep busy and to fulfil those longings for travel, theatre, trips and the arts can be tough. Never fear – we have a list of over 35 virtual tours and trips you can take from the comfort of your homes.
Whether you are a parent or student, adjusting to the change of home learning can be quite a challenge. These are unpredictable times for everyone, so with this in mind we have gathered seven tips to ensure you are making the most out of the current predicament. Hopefully, some of the advice below will help.
As we move into another month, and carry on another week in lockdown here in the UK, keeping motivation to keep busy and practice self care might be slipping. Or perhaps you're just running out of ideas of things to do to keep busy at home!
We've put together a list of 30 things you can do this April; let's stay strong together and welcome Spring into our hearts this April (even if we are inside!)
With the unavoidable topic on everyone’s mind affecting our work, schools and homes, how do we translate what is going on to support our children’s understanding of the world? There may be parents out there who are very honest with their children, and others who would prefer to keep them in the dark as a preventative measure to anxiety. Nobody understand your child like you, but if you are stuck for words the Child Mind Institute has offered the following advice:
In honour of World Book Day Oasis staff from across the Community Learning and Hub family #ShareaStory and let us know which books they carry in their hearts.
Did you ever sit through a lesson you weren't interested in and wonder 'why would I even need this?'. Us too. This blog explores the learning we didn't realise we were doing and how we carry that forward into our adulthood.
With 2020 beginning, many people would have set themselves New Year resolutions. This blog will talk about why people break their resolutions and how to keep them.