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Our Purpose

Helping young people overcome challenges today, so they have a brighter tomorrow.

WHY WE DO IT

Our Products

Positive Playtime Practice
  • Significantly lowers incidents of poor behaviour at playtimes
  • Maximises positive social interaction
  • Upskills pupils experiencing low mood to be able to change it themselves
  • Boosts self-esteem and confidence of target pupils
Wellbeing Leaders
  • Increases emotional literacy of trained pupils
  • Sets up pupils to lead wellbeing focussed activities at playtimes
  • Increases emotional support available to all pupils from their peers
  • Increases every child’s understanding of how to boost their Mental Health
Workforce Wellbeing
  • Significantly increases understanding of essential wellbeing behaviours
  • Clarifies the biggest stresses within school and what’s currently being done to combat those
  • Sets up a whole school culture that focuses on better, fully monitored, mental health behaviours
  • Increases every adult’s understanding of how to boost their Mental Health
Aspirations
  • Inspires students to interact well beyond their current school engagement
  • Significantly raises the aspirations of the students chosen
  • Leaves all students with personalised pathways to Higher Education or Apprenticeships
  • Inspires students to make life changing decisions, outside of the programme, they have never had the confidence to do before.

Positive Impact

Changing playtime for the better one school at a time

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Staff trained

Collaboration is key for Positive Playtime Practice, a great chance to connect with other schools and teachers.

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Pupil engagement

Turning a difficult part of the day on its head and working with young people to address common every day issues.

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Schools engaged

Collaboration is key for Positive Playtime Practice, a great chance to connect with other schools and teachers.

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PPP activities created

Every time we deliver PPP training the children come up with more ideas to bring this practice to life.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US

Leading the way to wellbeing
Report of the Director of Public Health 2017/18
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