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This Positive Relationships programme (for ages 10-11) has been designed to equip children with eight practical evidence-based strategies, across ten lessons, to nurture positive relationships on a daily basis.
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Weaving Well-Being is the first Irish designed positive mental health programme of its kind which aims to enhance well-being in children aged from 7-12 years within the framework of the SPHE curriculum. This Positive Education programme consists of 10 lessons for each class level and is grounded in evidence-based interventions from the field of Positive Psychology, the science of well-being. It is underpinned by the concept that a state of well-being is not simply the absence of the negative, but the presence of the positive. The Weaving Well-Being programme gives children the opportunity to weave positivity into their daily lives through a range of activities in a variety of areas.
Weaving Well-Being is now the well-being programme of choice in the majority of Irish primary schools and has recently been licensed to Australian publisher Hawker Brownlow Education and UK publisher Pearson Education for use in the schools in their respective markets.
This Positive Relationships programme is aimed at 5th Class (ages 10-11). It has been designed to equip children with eight practical evidence-based strategies, across ten lessons, to nurture positive relationships on a daily basis. Each lesson consists of a PowerPoint introduction, suggested development ideas and specific activities in the children’s Pupil Book. There is also a homework page consisting of an activity to be carried out over the week at home and reported back on. The children gradually build a highly personal portfolio of work in their Pupil Book, reflecting the unique components which enhance their individual well-being and resilience. A pull-out parent guide is included in each child’s Pupil Book to support parental involvement. The lessons are designed to be implemented within the framework of the SPHE curriculum. Each of the ten lesson plans include the relevant strands and strand units for ease of planning.About the Authors:
Fiona Forman is an author, speaker, facilitator and trainer in the area of well-being and Positive Psychology. Having spent many years as a primary school teacher, she is absolutely passionate about placing well-being at the heart of school life and she has seen first-hand the great benefits of empowering children, teachers and parents to understand, value and enhance their own mental health. Fiona holds an M. Sc. in Applied Positive Psychology. She is the co-author of this Weaving Well-Being programme (for ages: 7-12) as well as author of Welcome to Well-Being (for ages: 4-7) and Wired for Well-Being (for ages: 12-15).
Mick Rock is a qualified Executive and Life Coach and a Motivational Speaker who has helped hundreds of people to enhance their lives and achieve a wide variety of goals. As a parent of two boys, Mick is extremely passionate about working with and helping children to deal with the various challenges in their lives, to increase their happiness and wellbeing and to fulfil their true potential. Mick is the co-author of this Weaving Well-Being programme (for ages: 7-12).
Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary)
Teacher Resource Book (114 Pages) – includes DVD/Online Digital Content
Pupil Book (40 Pages)
Mick Rock, Fiona Forman
Outside the Box Learning Resources
The Welcome to Well-Being programme is a multi-year programme for children from Junior Infants to First Class (Ages: 4-7+). It is designed to enhance children’s well-being across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental.
The Empowering Beliefs programme (for ages 11-12) consists of ten lessons which are designed to promote and cultivate positive beliefs about eight specific concepts.
This Positive Emotions programme consists of ten lessons which are designed to promote and cultivate positive emotions with children aged 8 to 9 using five specific strategies.
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This Character Strengths programme consists of ten lessons which are designed to give the children the opportunity to explore each of the 24 different Character Strengths and to help them identify their own top five strengths.
Wired for Well-Being aims to introduce young people to skills and strategies from the fields of Positive Psychology and Neuroscience to empower them to become active participants in understanding, creating and maintaining their well-being and resilience. In doing so, it aims to help young people to reach their potential, to flourish and to become thriving citizens.
The Tools of Resilience programme (for ages 9-10) has been designed to equip children with six practical evidence-based strategies, across ten lessons, for building resilience and coping with problems, anxieties and the many normal challenges of life.
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This little book will help children to engage in positive self-talk and be kind to themselves.
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