Stockport Schools Relational Round Up July (1)
Welcome to July (1) of our Relational Round Up for Stockport’s children, families and schools.
These newsletters are here to offer a regular well-being top tip for families and share good stories
from across Stockport during our current new ways of living.
This week we explore the benefits of remaining open minded and curious in helping to keep our relationship with ourselves and others healthy.
Our experiences of lockdown have illustrated just how important being in contact with our friends and family is to our emotional well-being. With the easing in lockdown restrictions allowing us to explore some reconnecting, this week’s edition spends time explicitly thinking about what makes a good relationship and what helps us to keep our relationships healthy.
As human beings we are hard wired to connect.
Good relationships are enjoyable for their own sake. They help us to feel secure and loved. They help us to feel good.
However, whether with our family, friends or work colleagues, it is important to recognise that we need to invest quality time to considering how we keep our relationships healthy.
Please check out the full newsletter on the School website >>> Parental Support