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By delivering speakers on wellbeing education into the classroom, who bring with them inspirational backstories, passion & enthusiasm, and specific strategies, students learn more about themselves and their role in society, and gain confidence to achieve in their own lives

Physical Wellbeing

Looking after one's mental health initially requires looking after the brain; this is done by focussing on sleep, nutrition, and exercise.

Psychological Wellbeing

Knowing who we are is a fundamental component of wellbeing. Mindfulness meditation and breathing exercises help us to do so.

Social Wellbeing

To live a good life we must be able to express ourselves honestly and with courage. Social media can be used as an opportunity to increase our social wellbeing.

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Project One Sky (Double)

Learn how to look after your mental health & wellbeing so that you can aim to live a happy life and contribute meaningfully to the community. (2 lessons per week)

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Available in September

Project One Sky for TYs

Learn how to look after your mental health & wellbeing so that you can aim to live a happy life and contribute meaningfully to the community.

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A Human Development (PSP) Approach To Wellbeing

Wellbeing is not easily defined, and with the many disciplines, understandings and perspectives in mind, we aim to stimulate and encourage dialogue among educators and students around how to articulate into practice their best understandings and commitments to wellbeing where it matters - within their own school community.

Dr. Colm Fallon — Founder

Most of the jobs that will exist in 2030 do not yet exist, and most of those jobs will not exist 5-10 years later. The most important skills required by students will be social and emotional intelligence, as well as the ability to adapt. Amongst other scientifically proven benefits, mindfulness meditation helps to develop these skills.

By focussing on truth telling, a strong work/study ethic, compassion and ethical smartphone use, the students’ view of themselves and their ability to contribute to their community is developed.

Through play, voluntary simplicity and an appreciation for the outdoors, students learn to have gratitude for what life offers, and for the environment they live in.

What Our Clients Have to Say

“I think the course is hugely beneficial to all students - particularly those with exams in the near future. I myself found it useful too!! We live in a challenging world & need to equip ourselves with the tools to survive - that’s what ProjectOneSky does”

Margaret Noone,
Teacher, St. Mary's Edenderry
This project benefitted me as I got to spend more time on productive things such as reading and doing work instead of being on my phone . It also let me talk to my family more and fall asleep earlier at night instead of being on my phone constantly.
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TY Student, Hansfield ETSS

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