As the need for effective mental health promotion in children is more important than ever we are excited to be launching our new Skills for Life as a Whole School Approach to Wellbeing Resource.
Catch up on our recent Educational Psychology Webinar with Keith Hibbert, hosted by Southend Educational Psychology Service: Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Children
We met virtually with members of our partner organisations to celebrate our 20th anniversary and collectively reaching two million children.
Thanks to a new partnership between Partnership for Children, Premier Academy, Nairobi and SHOFCO, a Kenyan NGO, Zippy’s Friends is now running in two schools in the urban slum areas of Mathare and Kibera, Nairobi.
One year on from Dumfries and Galloway Schools starting the Skills for Life programmes thanks to Kavli Trust funding, we hear from teachers and children about their experiences of the programmes.
During the pandemic, when schools were closed, children in Mauritius were able to access their lessons on a special channel on national TV.
The Alex Panton Foundation interview teachers at Lighthouse School
Zippy’s Friends has been included in NHS Education for Scotland’s new Early Intervention Framework for Children and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing.
We are very sad to announce the closure of our excellent partner organisation, The School Leadership Center of Trinidad and Tobago.
Since its original development in 2013, Zippy’s Friends for Pupils with Special Educational Needs has been adopted by schools across the UK and by a number of Partnership for Children’s overseas partners.
As schools start to prepare for more children to return to the classroom, there is increasing concern about the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had and continues to have on pupils mental wellbeing.
We are delighted to have successfully launched our Skills for Life programmes in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
The Education Endowment Foundation have released a new guidance document which focuses on how primary schools can evaluate & develop a curriculum which supports all children’s social & emotional skills.
Charlotte Loveday in is a HLTA in Lincolnshire. She’s found lots of ways to make her Zippy’s Friends sessions a special part of the school day.
CASEL has analysed numerous research studies from around the world, producing solid evidence that promoting SEL also improves children’s academic performance.
We are delighted to be offering our Skills for Life mental health promotion programmes free of charge to primary schools across Dumfries and Galloway.