Project One Sky
Prepare Students For Life in The Digital Age.
Blended-learning wellbeing education for Irish Teens.
A human development approach to wellbeing.
Eliminate the guesswork.
You don’t have to be a master meditator or pyschology professor to deliver high quality wellbeing lessons. We provide the expertise….you facilitate the students’ learning.
Inspire your students to live great lives.
Dr Colm Fallon - Founder
"we aim to stimulate and encourage dialogue"
From the day teachers begin studying, we dream of inspiring young people to change their lives for the better, and to have fun doing it.
But what happens when you get bogged down in admin work or you’re having an off day? Cue stress and worry, right?
We want to put your mind at ease. We deliver easy to use interactive workshops to help you set up a wellbeing lab in your classroom. Simply log in, download and print the students’ journal, and press play.
How it works
1. Log In
To gain access to the lesson plan and resources.
2. Download & Print
Each student gets a worksheet - use the student most in need of a stretch to distribute them.
3. Press Play
The students use our 'view & learn' methodology, giving you the opportunity to support, train & inspire.
Our Flagship Course
Project One Sky 2020
For Transition Year & Leaving Cert Applied Students.
Learn how to look after your mental health & wellbeing so that you can aim to live a happy life and contribute meaningfully to the community. Blended and/or distance learning over a 10 week course. Certification provided upon completion.
Learn to cope and flourish in the modern world.
Most of the jobs that will exist in 2030 do not yet exist, and most of those jobs will not exist 5-10 years later. The most important skills required by students will be social and emotional intelligence, as well as the ability to adapt. Amongst other scientifically proven benefits, mindfulness meditation helps to develop these skills.
By focussing on truth telling, a strong work/study ethic, compassion and ethical smartphone use, the students’ view of themselves and their ability to contribute to their community is developed.
Through play, voluntary simplicity and an appreciation for the outdoors, students learn to have gratitude for what life offers, and for the environment they live in.