​ Celebrating University Mental Health Day

University Mental Health Day is an annual event that was set up to raise awareness of and improve mental health in higher education. This year it takes place on Thursday 4 March and universities across the nation are getting involved virtually.There are over 2.3 million students studying in UK universities; many experiencing anxiety, stress and, rather than enjoying their new found freedom of…

The pandemic, home schooling and what you can do for anxiety

Research for the Observer by the Parent Ping survey app indicates that parents of primary school children are struggling with higher levels of stress and anxiety this lockdown.The research findings are that parents feel that schools expect them to complete more work with their children than they did in the first lockdown; almost half say lessons have set times for learning specific subjects o…

Supporting Children's Mental Health Week

Last week marked Children's Mental Health Week and we got behind this year’s theme ‘Express Yourself’ by sharing some of the successes ROMBi has made on young people’s lives.The impact of the pandemic's restrictions on young people mean it's more important than ever to look after the mental wellbeing of children and teenagers.The annual event was a great opportunity for us all to come togeth…

The launch of the ROMBi Partnership Programme

ROMBi is delighted to launch the ROMBi Partner Programme, a research project that will see ROMBi, Education Specialist, Penny Georgiou and primary schools working collaboratively to support those pupils most in need.ROMBi puzzle is a highly recommended, surprisingly versatile tool that is supporting people of all ages to access their fundamental abilities to focus and learn. We’re working dire…

Why SENcos are investing in ROMBi

Are you a busy SENco looking for effective tools or additional support? If yes, we have the perfect support tool for you!We recognise that as a SENco, your days are extremely packed; juggling responsibility for children with special (or additional) needs in your school alongside your teaching role.There is always so much to do and finding the key to supporting each pupil’s individual needs can…

​What can ROMBi do for you?

What  ROMBi can do for you!If you think you can or if you think you can't, you're right! (Anonymous)When there is something holding back our ability to function in the way that we would like to, this affects our expectations. It affects how we view our prospects not just for this moment but for our entire future. As we calculate today's difficulties and map them onto our expectations for our…