Empower Your Child

The Life Skills Group learning modules for parents will help you learn about the importance of social and emotional skills for your child’s learning and development. The learning modules will give you the insights and tools to support your child in building the skills of self-awareness, self-regulation and emotional intelligence to become a confident and resilient human being.

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Activate your child's social and emotional skills

  • Help them manage their anxiety
  • Teach them how to identify their emotions and control their responses
  • Improve their self-awareness
  • Help them cope with stress
  • Improve their resilience 
  • Build their social awareness
  • Equip them with mindfulness
  • Foster empathy

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Benefits of the Learning Modules

Content introducing social and emotional skills

  • Tools, strategies and practices to teach social and emotional skills to your child
  • Animations, interactive content and printouts to engage your child
  • Downloadable resources 
  • Self-paced learning, complete anytime, anywhere
  • Choose from 6 different learning modules
  • Feel supported with online learning 

“My child definitely used the breathing techniques for sleeping when she was at camp and in other stressful moments at school. Overall I am sure it is helping her to be calmer and more in control of her responses.”

- Kate Glastonbury, Parent

Learning Modules for Parents

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Help Your Child Build Self-Awareness
Learn about emotional awareness. Access and use engaging mindfulness activities to nurture the ability of your child to identify emotions.
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Help Your Child Manage Their Emotions

Learn how to help your child to self-regulate their thoughts feelings and behaviours so that they will enjoy learning and making friends. Use engaging mindfulness activities to nurture their skills.

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Help Your Child Build Resilience

Learn about resilience. Access and use engaging mindfulness activities to nurture the resilience of your child.

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Help Your Child Connect Through Empathy

Learn about empathy. Access and use engaging mindfulness activities to nurture the empathy of your child.

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Equip Your Child With Mindfulness

Learn how to help your child focus attention, manage stress and anxiety and experience the rewards of mindful life skills.

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Help Your Child Develop Physical Awareness

Empower your child with positive strategies to manage challenges and help them to understand the connection between their mind and body. Access and implement innovative and engaging activities to nurture their physical awareness.

Our Impact

"It's difficult to say on a day to day basis how the program might be helping but after coming to the class session I feel these programs are very important. Their lives are full of academic and other pressures and this program allows them to switch off and focus on elements of character and well-being so important to a well-rounded person. Olivia definitely used the breathing techniques for sleeping when she was at camp and in other stressful moments at school. Overall I am sure it is helping her to be calmer and more in control of her responses."

Kate Glastonbury

Parent

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"It’s been fascinating to watch Charlotte very quietly take on the skillsand knowledge from the course. One evening she did a mindful/yoga session with my husband and myself and it was so obvious that she had taken on the language and skills through her "class" with us. She hasn't spoken about it a lot but I can see it has had an impact. She said she enjoyed the course however she was aware that some of the other children didn't enjoy it or benefit from it as she did."

Emma Van Der Mee

Parent

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“I have been doing mindfulness in a development program at work, so was able to share that with Max and Isabelle and they shared their school smiley mind app with me too. We go to the park, smell roses, and do a few short mindfulness sessions via our phone apps. I think these skills should be part of any life long learning program. It's just a few more tools in the toolbox for them as the needs arise.”

Dom Millgate

Parent

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