If you’d like to find out more about any of the BetterMe Programmes do get in touch.

You can either use the contact form here, send an email directly to info@betterme.life or give us a call on one of the numbers provided.  We’d be delighted to hear from you.

IMPORTANT: It has come to our attention that there is an app with the same business name as our own. We have nothing to do with the BetterMe Weight Loss Workouts app, this is a completely different business. Please do not contact us with queries related to the app. Thank you!

    BetterMe

    Morningside Business Centre
    2-8 Millar Crescent
    Edinburgh
    EH10 5HW

    Office: 0131 447 9212
    Mobile: 07591 095 845

    info@betterme.life

    Education

    • Apr032018
      Social emotional learning

      Build Social, Emotional Learning (SEL) effectively with BetterMe

      Find out how to build Social, Emotional Learning (SEL) effectively with the BetterMe Approach for Education by contacting us now.…

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    • Mar212018
      social and emotional learning

      Children benefit when taught social and emotional skills.

      It is understood that childrens’ emotions in school are connected to their learning and academic achievement. The evolution of concepts…

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    • Mar172018
      Attainment

      Scotland’s attainment gap is closing thanks to national fund, heads say

      The Attainment Scotland Fund is working in closing the attainment gap. To achieve the goal of improving teaching skills and…

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    • Feb252018
      Stressed teacher

      Struggling with workplace stress

      From the TES: I was overwhelmed but my school wasn’t equipped to support those of us who were struggling with…

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    • Dec182017

      Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right

       “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right” Henry Ford. The way we think has…

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    • Jun182017
      mental welbeing

      Increasing strain of schoolwork helps fuel rise in emotional troubles amongst Scots teenage girls

      The proportion of teenage girls in Scotland with emotional problems has soared since 2010 – with pressure from schoolwork a major factor,…

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