Cortisol in the classroom: Behaviours to look out for (and how you can help)

1st December 2022 | Blogs

"If families are stressed, it will be having an impact on children in school"

Cortisol. The primary stress hormone. There’s a lot of it about at the moment! In this 3-minute video, we’re reviewing the impact a cortisol increase can have on behaviour in the classroom. Press play to find out what to look out for at school. And our top 3 tips for how you can help.

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