“It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults.” F. Douglas

Primary School Talks*

  • School staff – Croke Park hours (1.5 hours)
  • Parents (Evening talk – 2 hours)
    • Orientation sessions for 1st Year parents (focus on dealing with transitions)
  • Students (5th/ 6th Class: 45 mins.)
  • Mental Fitness Sessions – for School Wellbeing Weeks

Secondary School Talks*

  • School Staff – Croke Park hours (1.5 hours)
  • Parents (Evening talks – 2 hours)
    • Orientation sessions for  1st Year parents (focus on dealing with transitions)
  • Students (1st-6th Years: 45-60 mins.)
    • Managing anxiety during exams
    • Mental Fitness Sessions for School Well-being Weeks

Content of Talks

  • What is Mental Health?
  • Five ways to Build Resilience
  • Understanding Overwhelming Emotions
  • Managing Anxiety
  • Recognising Helpful and Unhelpful Thoughts


BeWell-DoWell have developed a preventative and accessible model   for prioritising well-being and mental fitness in the whole school community. The talks provide schools with practical and evidenced-based strategies and a comprehensive list of resources for further support.

All of our talks reflect best practice as in line with the Department of Education and Skills Well-being Policy Statement and Framework for Practice 2018-2023: “Current research indicates that what is most beneficial in the promotion of well-being in education is to adopt a multi-component, whole school and evidence-informed approach”.

BeWell-DoWell outline how small changes can have a significant impact in building a strong social and emotional foundation for our students and the adults in their lives.

*Prices available on request. Follow this link to contact us.