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Introducing Well-being and Support

by Antonina Kudrova | September 17, 2021

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There is no doubt that the world has become more complicated. Juno Education has launched the Well-Being and Support service for those who are struggling to cope in their current environment. It also is advantageous for those needing a supportive space in which to develop healthy habits.

This is a student-centred service with specially qualified mentors that can help your child grow, developing self-awareness and self-compassion. This results in them becoming happier and healthier at home and at school. Juno Education understands how challenging and stressful school can often be. This service offers students personal support mentoring, helping them develop healthy coping strategies that equip them in learning and in life.

How We Do It?

We want our students to be confident individuals, entering the academic and social experience of school with healthy self-esteem. Our team helps our students to acknowledge positive attributes about themselves and encourage them to celebrate each small success. Our highly qualified team of mental health consultants and coaches are trained in the most up-to-date techniques and strategies based on current research. They are expert at helping children develop coping mechanisms, confidence, and self-awareness.

Would Your Child Benefit?

At Juno, we understand the pressures that children are under, and work proactively and reactively with them. With a focus on cognition and emotions, we help our students challenge their negative beliefs and help them regulate their emotions. This is especially important if they are having a difficult time adjusting to a new school. Our well-being support service offers the skills and strategies children need to boost their confidence, help them reach their academic potential and experience enjoyment in doing so.

This service is beneficial if you feel that exam-anxiety holds them back in their studies. Alternatively, our educational consultants, tutors and mentors will advise you if they feel your child would benefit from well-being support.