Reflection is the fourth R in education. It offers a profound change in the way learners develop during school and into adulthood.

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It rests on the platform of the human right everyone has to a safe space, establishing safety from the inside. It creates extraordinary states of connections, which is reassuring and comforting. It develops learners’ inner and outer harmony which leads to optimistic thoughts and actions.

Guided reflections are part of a learner’s story that is told through their imagination. As they learn to become immersed in reflection, they become active agents in imagining and visualising a better reality.


Here are some reflective visualisations for schools for use in assemblies or elsewhere


Principles and Practices

Here are some resources for schools on the principles and practices of reflection