Our PSHE workshops for Foundation Phase – Key Stage 4 are designed to be inclusive and interactive, targeted to the age and ability level of participants. Suitable for schools, youth centres and other community settings, we can target a workshop to your aims, learning outcomes and duration.
We also provide peer to peer training on a range of themes, and peer support training.
See some examples of our workshop activities over on our Full Circle Facebook page, including from our ‘Anti-Bullying for Peer Mediators’ training for one London high school, our ‘Staying Safe, Being Real’ workshop for Year 9 pupils in a South Wales high school, and ‘Gay-Straight Alliance’ sessions.
We wouldn’t expect children to know how to read or write, do mathematical equations, or to speak French without teaching and guidance. So why do we expect children and teens to know how to keep themselves mentally well?
Wellbeing is an increasingly important topic, with schools now being tasked to improve pupil wellbeing alongside the curriculum. We know that a child who is not mentally well is unlikely to be able to learn new things and retain information. Wellbeing supports the academic attainment, school attendance and aspirations of pupils – but how do we teach it?
Our staff are trained to deliver the Young Happy Minds ‘Seeds of Happiness’ six week programme to Key Stage 2 pupils. This experiential curriculum explores the science of happiness – positive psychology – and presents practical activities to help children understand:
The fun, engaging and practical programme is delivered over six one hour sessions on a weekly basis, by our trained and certified staff. Interested? Contact us now to discuss.
Being a twenty-first century teen is hard, and many young people often feel powerless to affect change in their lives. In a world filled with confusing mixed-messages, young people are rarely taught how to harness their inner power, to develop confidence, self-assurance and to create their own healthy boundaries. These skills are essential for everyday life.
We can all find ourselves locked into unhealthy patterns of behaviour, from people pleasing to downplaying our attributes and successes; letting others walk over us, or being too aggressive and forceful. Without education these patterns can quickly become unhealthy habits.
Power Up is a unique, ten week experiential programme to build confidence, self-awareness, and empowerment in young people in Key Stages 3-5.
Exploring five key themes: body, mind, breath, voice and energy, Power Up helps young people to:
Power Up will give young people lifelong positive habits to enable youth to step into their authentic power, with the tools to manage relationships, succeed at job interviews and presentations, communicate face to face, and feel connected to their mind, body and spirit. Contact us to discuss bringing this programme to your school or setting today.