(the pupils’ or the staffs’ …)
A teacher once said to me:
“I have a pupil who used to be known for behaviour.
She’s pretty much got it sorted now, only once a month she seems to lose it again, I can’t work out the pattern…”
(Menstruation) Knowledge is power.
What they have taught me has revolutionised how I treat myself, my diary, how I approach teaching, and how I support my menstruating pupils.
Last month I had the pleasure of being interviewed by The Visionaires for their podcast on conversation in and around Menstruality and education.
- the radical approach of Menstrual Cycle Awareness – and how this can solve many physical, emotional and mental issues menstruating people have with their cycles.
- how we can use this inbuilt self-care tool in a world that doesn’t have much room for it – especially in schools
- how staff and pupils can use Menstrual Cycle Awareness to support learning
- how non-menstruating people can benefit from Menstrual Cycle Awareness
- a map for menstruating people to navigate their own cycles and use it for self care, productivity and empowerment.
- a free resource to track your cycle