ATTFE College Wellbeing Ambassadors

Our wellbeing ambassadors at Academy Transformation Trust Further Education (ATTFE) College are committed to supporting the wellbeing of our staff and learners.

ATTFE College YouTube Channel – Wellbeing Videos

Our ATTFE College YouTube channel contains lots of exciting content and updates, including fantastic wellbeing exercises demonstrated by our tutor Ken Mead. Examples of these are below, we hope these boost your wellbeing and mindset!

Baduajin Qigong (Eight Pieces of Brocade)

The Bear Qi Gong (Frolic)

Bear & Tiger Play

The Crane Breath (Qi Gong)

Harmonising Breath Work (Qi Gong)

Dragonfly Skims Water

Tai Chi Kicking Exercise

Powers of Tai Chi Chuan

The Frolic of the Monkey

Chair Based Exercies

Five Loosening Exercises

Restoring Vitality

Tai Chi Stretching

Tai Chi Qigong 18 Movements

Motivation Meditation

The Crane Frolic Exercise

Feel Good Exercises

Yoga Sessions & Beginners Exercises!

A new addition to our wellbeing resources are Yoga sessions with Millie and Beginners Exercises with Sally! You can check out some of their videos below, but we have more on our YouTube channel!

Slow and Steady Movement Yoga with Millie

ATTFE Workout with Sally 13

Seated Yoga with Millie

ATTFE Workout with Sally 11

Middle Body Focused Yoga with Millie

ATTFE Workout with Sally 10

Floor Based Strength and Flexibility Yoga for All Abilities with Millie

ATTFE Workout with Sally 9

For more wellbeing videos as well as general ATTFE College updates please visit our YouTube Channel and subscribe: ATTFE College

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Wellbeing Wednesday

Each Wednesday, at ATTFE College, our Wellbeing Champion shares a ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ quote with our staff to boost morale. These are also shared on our various social media platforms:

Facebook: Academy Transformation Trust Further Education College

Twitter: @ATT_FECollege

Instagram:  attfe_college

LinkedIn: ATTFE College

Credit to the original creators of these quotes, indicated in their artwork used. More inspiring quote such as these can be found on their instagram pages: @apeaceofwerk, @iamhayleykaye, @jessrachelsharpe, @LauraJaneIllustrations, @letteringwithlo, @ohsobofficial, @positivelypresent, @Selfcarexpress, @sohpiecliff, @thefabstory, @walktheearthwriter, @worrywellbeing

Wellbeing Activities & Tips

Below are some examples of creative activities / tips you can do to boost your wellbeing. Click on the PDF’s for further information on each of the images.

Overcoming Burnout

Loneliness Activity

Doodling Activity

Summer Self Care

Breath Work Wellbeing

Managing Anxiety

Working With Colour

This is Me Wellbeing

Let It Shine Wellbeing

Smile Wellbeing

Colour Wellbeing

Colour is a power which directly influences the soul

Sustainability Wellbeing

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Spring Wellbeing

Spring Wellbeing Drawing

Worry Wellbeing

Worries Wellbeing Activity

Wellbeing Book Quote

Wellbeing Spring Journal Design

Wellbeing Spring Journal Design

Discover the Power of Your Hands

Discover the Power of Your Hands

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Self-Care

Self-Care

Taking time away from your computer screen

Habit forming

Habit forming

External Wellbeing Resources

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Mind

How to improve your mental wellbeing with Mind

Explains what mental wellbeing means, and gives tips to help you take care of your mental wellbeing.

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/wellbeing/wellbeing/

 

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NHS

5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing from the NHS

Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life:

https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/self-help/guides-tools-and-activities/five-steps-to-mental-wellbeing/

 

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Let’s Chat

Let’s Chat is a specialist package of mental health and wellbeing support developed for the further education community.You can find helpful videos and resources here: Resources Archive – LetsChat (letschatwellbeing.co.uk)

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Gov.uk 

Mental health resources for children, students, parents, carers and school/college staff from Gov.uk

Gov.uk have put together some useful links and sources of support so that children and young people, parents, carers, and school and college staff can get the advice and help they need. 

See here: Mental health resources for children, students, parents, carers and school/college staff – The Education Hub (blog.gov.uk)