The Pink Galah Gratitude Collection
The Pink Galah Gratitude Collection
Gratitude Cards x The Pink Galah
Let the artwork inspire you and the message connect you.
We teachers are talented, resilient and resourceful individuals. Take Sig Peters from The Pink Galah for instance. Sig's from rural NSW (Cobar) and is the talented teacher behind this latest collaboration The Pink Galah Gratitude Collection. We settled upon a bright and dopamine-infused canvas to hero some Australian birdlife to add a pop of colour to classrooms, staffrooms and offices.
As teachers, showing gratitude toward one another is an incredibly powerful tool for our wellbeing. We’re wired to connect. Whether it’s over a cuppa, hug or handwritten note – building relationships is a crucial part of the human experience.
Research reveals that showing appreciation for others fosters authentic connection, while decreasing feelings of loneliness and isolation. It shows that teachers have improved wellbeing outcomes when they feel a sense of value in their community, get actively involved within their school and positively interact with students and staff. What's more, it has a ripple effect on both the giver and receiver of gratitude.
That’s why I created these The Pink Galah Gratitude Collection, a collaboration with Sig from The Pink Galah. They're a tool you can use to spread gratitude, love and light to those around you. In doing so, you’ll also ignite internal feelings of joy and empathy, and make deeper connections with those you work alongside.
Together, let’s spread the power of gratitude towards our colleagues.
- 12 artwork cards with space for your message/gratitude/thank you note on the reverse
- Australian made and printed
- A6 sized
- Option to add a Tasmanian Oak stand
- Artwork by Sig from The Pink Galah
- Free shipping Australia wide
- Black Cockatoo
- Sulfur Crested Cockatoo
How To Use:
Find a time of the day that suits you. Most people prefer the end of the day, when the day and actions of others are fresh in your mind. Take some time to craft your note then leave it on their desk, slide it into their pigeon hole or pop it in the post.
Once you’re done, pour yourself a cuppa and embrace the feelings of joy, empathy and gratitude that come over you.
*This is a pre-order. Cards, and orders with these cards in them, will be shipped October 15.**
So what do I get?
By being a part of the Wellbeing Hub, you’ll be able to:
- Access current research in the wellbeing space and explore the possibilities for teachers
- Network with like-minded teachers, who can provide a unique support and knowledge network for you as a teacher and as a person
- Find flexibility with a program that evolves and modifies around your needs and interests
- Structure a strong habit that meets all the dimensions of wellbeing
- Develop an awareness of your wellbeing strengths and barriers
- Dip into a repertoire of strategies available to support your wellbeing
- Use resources and templates to save your valuable time
- Create clearer flow between your life as a teacher and as a person
This is the program for you if...
- You want a wellbeing pathway that is tailored to your strengths, interests and passions
- You want wellbeing strategies based on research
- You are looking for resources and templates to support your wellbeing
- You’re seeking a supportive, judgement-free space to share and learn
- You want to take ownership and responsibility over your wellbeing now rather than wait for departmental programs to come into play
- You want to work alongside a safe, respectful and knowledgeable community of like-minded teachers who share a common goal
I’m currently a teacher and have been teaching for the past eight years. I get it. I know what it’s like and I’m going through the education system right now alongside you. I understand the contemporary challenges of being a teacher. I also work in a regional, high disadvantage setting, so I understand the additional unique set of challenges that come with that context.
I’m constantly reading and accessing the research, reviewing current studies and considering the implications for teachers. Not only is this a job for me, but it’s an area I’m passionate about. As well as having undertaken significant professional learning within this area, I’ve also completed a Masters of Evidence Based Teaching (University of Melbourne), with the focus of that being in the wellbeing space.
Most importantly though, I care. I care about our teachers, the challenges they face. We have kids within our education system that really need us. We are their person, and when we give so much to them, day in and day out, the toll on us can be immense. We can wait the 10+ years it could take to develop policies and a clear, coordinated approach to support teacher wellbeing, or we can take ownership of our own wellness now. It fills my cup being able to support my colleagues.