Jus'T'Learn works in partnership with the following organisations to provide extracurricular activities for our students:
10 weeks Mindfulness and Breathing Training with Sevati©
This programme has been specifically designed by Sevati©* to introduce Meditation-mindfulness and Breathing techniques for school age children. Programme aims to boost children’s mood and self-esteem. Work on encouraging positive behaviour, optimism, emotional control. Help academic learning and aid with cognitive control in a class room environment. Programme is designed to help introduce techniques to children that may help them (on individual basis) to reduce anxiety, feeling of stress, depression and improve mental health. Program is also aimed at introduction of possible techniques that can be used when dealing with conflict and conflict resolution, reduction of peer aggression, increasing awareness of feelings and emotions and achieving relaxed stage in stressful environment. This programme provides different techniques, TM (Transcendental Meditation), Mindfulness Techniques, Laughter Techniques, Kundalini Meditations, KAY (Kidding Around) Meditation Techniques which at the end of the programme will allow the participant explore which techniques feel most comfortable and move to exploring these further. This programme can be run by Sevati©* associates after training done with Sevati©*
Catch 22 – 8 Week Programme (Alcohol, Substance Awareness and CSE)
- What Drug are and Substance use is
- Healthy Relationships
Fulham Football Club (Personal Independence)
Up to 8 Students will develop their understanding of behaviours displayed by themselves and others. Participants will build an understanding of anger and how this is not only apparent in speech but in other ways of communicating. Participants will explore issues that are current within society such as domestic abuse, gang affiliation, sexual consent and the risk of non-consensual sexual activity, raising expectations and using vision to set aspirations and long term goals. Alongside this Students will develop social boundaries and understand what anti-social behaviour is and how other people’s perceptions cause labelling processes from others. They will begin to identify with their own behaviours and use reflective tools to interact with others within a group setting.