Research on resilience shows that protective factors can protect children from harm and help them to bounce back from adversities such as the pandemic.
We've created lots of activities based on our programmes which are free to download.
We’re very excited to be launching the latest addition to our suite of Skills for Life programmes - SPARK Resilience!
We share our reflections on our work in 2020, how we’ve adapted and what we’ve achieved.
We were delighted to be invited to present at The International Young Carers Conference (3rd-6th May 2021).
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.
Partnership for Children is proud to be supporting Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 (1-7 February).
To celebrate the festive season, we asked schools to get creative and design the official Partnership for Children Christmas Card for 2020.
The Alex Panton Foundation, Partnership for Children’s licensed partner organisation in the Cayman Islands, launched Zippy’s Friends, Zippy’s Friends for Special Educational Needs and Apple’s Friends in October 2019.
We have developed a selection of play-based activities to promote young children's social and emotional development.
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.
It doesn’t hurt children to talk about death. If they’re worried about it, it’s important to be honest and open to discussing it with them.