Catch up on our recent Educational Psychology Webinar with Keith Hibbert, hosted by Southend Educational Psychology Service: Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Children
We are proud to have been part of the mental health and wellbeing festival for schools.
We are pleased to share with you some of our highlights of 2021.
The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is Growing Together and we have created a special activity inspired by our Skills for Life programmes.
In our new blog, we explore the link between wellbeing and movement in the Early Years with MOVE Europe: a charity that enables disabled children to gain independent movement through the MOVE Programme.
We met virtually with members of our partner organisations to celebrate our 20th anniversary and collectively reaching two million children.
This Christmas we are delighted to be taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge to raise funds so that children can benefit from our new Skills for Life Programme – SPARK Resilience.
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.
To mark Trustees’ Week and, as he comes to the end of his term of office, Mark Boulding, our out-going Vice Chair, reflects on the past six years as a Trustee of Partnership for Children.
We wanted to share with you the work happening in schools around the world this year to promote positive mental health for children using the Skills for Life programmes.
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.
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!
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