Resources > Education
Here you’ll find handy information about a variety of subjects that we touch on in our Meee Programme workshops.
There are articles covering each of our Education, Employment and Enterprise strands, and useful tips about a whole range of subtopics, from mental health to help with decision-making. Finally, if you’d like to read more about a specific topic, check out our book and video recommendations and reviews.
Children's Mental Health Week06/02/18
This week marks the official, Children's Mental Health Week. An organisation dedicated to helping children celebrate who they are as individuals. It's all about being you!
Mindfulness seems to be a phrase that has been floating around recently and can be hard to understand. In basic terms, mindfulness refers to the state of being conscious or aware of something this could be our achievements, our feelings or our thoughts.
Beating Exam Stress03/01/18
The exam period can be a seriously stressful and difficult time. We all know that the pressure can mount and lead to procrastination and avoidance. Rather than overloading yourself with work or indeed neglecting revision all together have a go at changing your habits instead. Whether you’re revising for upcoming exams or leave your work until the last minute give our 5 top tips a go!
Educational Days Out: World Museum Liverpool20/12/17
There is plenty of learning to be had outside of the classroom this Christmas and we highly recommend the World Museum Liverpool! A chance to learn about Ancient Egypt, Outer Space, underwater creatures and much more. And what's more? It's entirely free.
Most read kid’s books in Britain02/03/17
Its official, The Very Hungry Caterpillar is the most read children’s book in Britain. Families read the classic by Eric Carle on average 8.85 times per year, in a close second, being read 8.71 times per year is another classic story, Cinderella.
A year in the life of a Modern Boy12/12/16
29 days of TV to watch, four birthday parties to attend, 143 pieces of homework to do and 42 books to read, sounds busy but it is just some of the things that the average boy in the UK will do in a year.