Fiona is a Primary School Teacher from Dublin. She graduated from St. Patrick’s College,Dublin in 1987 and since then has taught all class levels, including resource and learning support. She holds an honours B.Ed. Degree and a Diploma in Montessori Education. She has worked as a Teaching Practice supervisor of student teachers of St. Patrick’s College, Dublin.Fiona is also a trained and experienced facilitator of the Rainbows programme which supports children who have experienced loss. Fiona’s keen interest in children’s well-being and mental health led her to undertake a M.Sc. in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) with the University of East London. As a result of her studies, she began to introduce practical and child-centred Positive Psychology concepts into her classroom

Fiona is a Primary School Teacher from Dublin. She graduated from St. Patrick’s College,Dublin in 1987 and since then has taught all class levels, including resource and learning support. She holds an honours B.Ed. Degree and a Diploma in Montessori Education. She has worked as a Teaching Practice supervisor of student teachers of St. Patrick’s College, Dublin.Fiona is also a trained and experienced facilitator of the Rainbows programme which supports children who have experienced loss. Fiona’s keen interest in children’s well-being and mental health led her to undertake a M.Sc. in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) with the University of East London. As a result of her studies, she began to introduce practical and child-centred Positive Psychology concepts into her classroom

Fiona is a Primary School Teacher from Dublin. She graduated from St. Patrick’s College,Dublin in 1987 and since then has taught all class levels, including resource and learning support. She holds an honours B.Ed. Degree and a Diploma in Montessori Education. She has worked as a Teaching Practice supervisor of student teachers of St. Patrick’s College, Dublin.Fiona is also a trained and experienced facilitator of the Rainbows programme which supports children who have experienced loss. Fiona’s keen interest in children’s well-being and mental health led her to undertake a M.Sc. in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) with the University of East London. As a result of her studies, she began to introduce practical and child-centred Positive Psychology concepts into her classroom