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14 November 2022
Anti-Bullying Week Activity

We have created a free to download activity for all primary school classes for Anti-Bullying Week 2022.

14 November 2022
Winners – International Contribution to Pastoral Care

We were delighted to be selected as Winners of International Contribution to Pastoral Care, at The National Association for Pastoral Care in Education’s annual awards ceremony.

5 October 2022
World Mental Health Day 2022

Monday October 10th is World Mental Health Day and this year's theme is 'Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority'.

3 October 2022
SPARK Resilience fits in perfectly to our PSHE curriculum

Ruth Mead, SPARK Resilience Teacher and SENCO at Virginia Primary School in Tower Hamlets shares her experience of delivering SPARK Resilience to her Year 6 class thanks to funding from Allen & Overy.

20 September 2022
End of Oldham Opportunity Area project

We have been delighted to work with Oldham Council over the past four years. As the project comes to an end we’d like to share some thoughts and reflections from those involved.

24 August 2022
The NEW Skills for Life Online Teaching Platform!

We are pleased to announce our brand new Online Teaching Platform for the Skills for Life programmes which will be available to new and current Skills for Life organisations in the UK from September.

5 July 2022
Celebrating 20 years of Zippy’s Friends in Lithuania!

Congratulations to our partner organisation in Lithuania, Vaiko Labui who are celebrating two amazing achievements - 20 years of running the Zippy’s Friends programme in Lithuania in 2020 and the 20th Anniversary of their organisation this year!

20 June 2022
Managing school transition from a social emotional perspective

Whether starting primary school or secondary school, changing schools, changing classes, or leaving school altogether, the transition period can be a challenging time for children.

16 June 2022
Working in partnership with Bounce Forward to support Senior Mental Health Leads

We are delighted to be working with fellow charity Bounce Forward to deliver their Department for Education quality assured course for Senior Mental Health Leads in 2022.

7 June 2022
Raising the flag for volunteers

At Partnership for Children we appreciate the time and dedication of our Trustees who have steered the charity through good times and challenging times. Our CEO tells us about her volunteering work.

18 May 2022
A Whole School Approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing

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.

11 May 2022
Announcing our new partnership with Bounce Together

We’re excited to announce that we are now working with Bounce Together – the creators of an online mental health and wellbeing platform designed for schools, to help them measure wellbeing.

27 April 2022
Supporting the inclusion of refugees
Our Norwegian partner organisation Voksne for Barn has created resources to provide information, activities and support for schools, children and families in relation to the situation in Ukraine.
30 March 2022
Building Resilience Skills for children in Tower Hamlets and Hackney

We are delighted to be offering schools and organisations in Tower Hamlets and Hackney our brand new programme SPARK Resilience thanks to funding from Allen & Overy.

9 March 2022
Passport included in CASEL’s Guide for Effective Social Emotional Program

Passport has been selected for inclusion in CASEL’s Guide to Effective Social and Emotional Programs.

8 March 2022
Skills for Life tips for supporting children around the events in Ukraine
Children may be feeling anxious about the conflict in Ukraine. These tips based on the Skills for Life programmes are designed to help you to support children to find healthy ways to deal with their feelings and reactions to what is happening.