We are indebted to Kirsty Hails from the Yellow Cottage for the work she has done to help develop Visible Wellbeing Training for early childcare teachers. More than 120 teachers from day care centres and pre-schools from across the Upper Hunter have completed this training over the past two weekends.

This means that children as young as three are now beginning to learn skills and language that will help them cope with whatever challenges they may encounter throughout life. If they stay in the Upper Hunter, these same skills will be reinforced when they head to Primary School and then on to High School because nearly every single one of our schools have committed to making Visible Wellbeing a priority in the education they are delivering to our children.

Please give a thumbs up to show your appreciation of Kirsty for all her work and also for all the other teachers who are going above and beyond to ensure students in the Upper Hunter are given every opportunity to thrive and flourish!

More information here: https://www.sconeadvocate.com.au/story/6377211/local-educator-building-young-leaders/?cs=1533&fbclid=IwAR1FE-1uoIZMfnigoFRCiChRTozzKFvMqDfWnMmN1Zz9VPiBgUGId9Jr70Y