Resilience is at the heart of Children & Adolescent wellbeing, success and long term mental health, as they navigate their way into adulthood.
The Resilience Doughnut provides a practical, research-validated tool for building the emotional resilience of children and adolescents on a one-to-one or small group pastoral support basis or on a whole class, year group or whole school level.
The Resilience Doughnut provides a practical process for schools and colleges seeking to build the emotional resilience of children and adolescents within a positive school community – Raising their wellbeing, morale and resilience so they can learn and connect in a positive school climate. Fostering wellbeing at an individual, class and whole-school level has the potential to build resilient and positive schools in which the pupils have the capacity to grow and flourish.
We provide a range of training and development opportunities for individuals, small groups and whole teams, as well as workshops, coaching and programmes for pupils. We are confident that you, your colleagues and pupils will find The Resilience Doughnut to be a powerful tool to improve pupil resilience. By providing strategies to help pupils with life’s challenges and times of change, you enable them to survive and thrive.
Whole School Pathway for Pupil Resilience
You can, of course, just use The Resilience Doughnut with pupils on a one-to-one or small group basis within your own role, but it can also provide a whole-school, embedded, sustainable and fully evaluated approach to pupil resilience. We provide a multi-level programme of training and development, which provides a cost-effective and sustainable approach for schools and colleges which works. And, including the Resilience Report enables you to evaluate the impact of all your pupil wellbeing work. You can select from our range of training and development opportunities detailed below.
Not sure where to start?
Contact us or visit The Resilience Doughnut to arrange an informal phone, online or face-to-face meeting.