School and examination time can be a uniquely stressful time for young people and families.
MindSetGrow has created a Mindful Exams course providing students with a range of tools and techniques from stress busting to planning a balanced and healthy study routine.
The workshop is aimed for students who are preparing for their HSC. If your child is feeling stressed and overwhelmed about upcoming exams then this workshop is for them.
Examination time is a uniquely stressful time for young people and families.
Our MindSetGrow Mindful Exams course provides students with a range of tools and techniques from stress busting to planning a balanced and healthy study routine.
At exam time to do your best you need to feel your best.
Join us as we explore mindfulness techniques that can help to be your best and calmly tackle the challenges faced with school, exams and assessments.
The Mindful Exams course is a short and sharp introduction to basic mindful techniques that can help students from study to the exam itself.
Who would this benefit: The workshop is aimed for any students is feeling stressed, overwhelmed about up and coming exams, or could benefit with everyday challenges than this workshop is for them
What will be covered: • Module 1: Stress Busting: Understanding how our brain deals with pressure and why it’s not something to be afraid of. • Module 2: Study Buddy: How a clear mind leads to better learning, overcoming anxiety and planning a balanced study schedule. • Module 3: The Big Day: Designing your own calming routine and techniques to calm nerves when students sit exams.
Also included is:
• MindSetGrow journal notebook • MindsetGrow workbook
To do our best we need to feel our best. Join us as we show you how mindfulness can help you to calmly tackle the HSC.
My name is Emma and I’m the founder of Mind Set Grow I'm a mother of two young girls and work as a student support liaison officer at a comprehensive co-ed high school on the Lower North Shore. As a child I struggled with anxiety which continued into early adulthood. Then I discovered Mindfulness and it was the one treatment that really helped me to manage my anxiety. My only regret is that I wished I had access to mindfulness at a younger age. This prompted me to become an educator in mindfulness. In 2018 I completed studies with the Mindful Schools organisation based in the US. Today I am passionate about empowering students with mindfulness techniques to help young people to manage anxiety and show them we can all rewrite the stories we tell ourselves.