A bank of resources and tools, including bereavement, divorce and separation, anger management and feelings and emotions.
The Positive Play Programme is a unique, homegrown early intervention programme developed and established in 1997.
Using the natural medium of play, sessions equip children and young people with the necessary resilience, social and life skills needed to manage the issues that confront them, enabling them to access the curriculum and achieve their potential in life. The programme is designed to raise self-worth and confidence and is effective in times of crisis, such as bereavement, family breakdown, divorce and loneliness.
We deliver an 8 module training programme providing guidance, support and bespoke advisories and resources to schools, inclusive of an abundance of worksheets that supports the mental health, well-being and emotional regulation of children and young people who access the intervention.
For more details please see the Positive Play resources page on the Services for Schools website.