Lifelong Mindfulness

As teachers and educators, our main objective is to help our students develop their psycho-social skills, as defined by the World Health Organisation: Psycho-social competence is a person’s ability to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. It is a person’s ability to maintain a state of mental well-being and to demonstrate this in adaptive and positive behaviour while interacting with others, his/her culture and environment. In this project we want our students to acquire and develop these competences which are essential, transcultural and closely linked to one’s self esteem and relational skills; they are two sides of the same coin. To help them develop these skills, we plan to have ten objectives, anchored in the Norwegian life skills concept, MOT. MOT’s main aim is to promote the development of strong, young individuals within a safe and natural environment, by teaching them vital life and social skills in diverse environments.

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