Engaging Students with Real Life Skills

Pegs Creek Primary School in Karratha has run their first session of an adventure-themed, social wellbeing program for boys.

Pegs Creek Primary School in Karratha has run their first session of an adventure-themed social wellbeing program for boys.

The In Real Life: Equip program is designed for a group of 6-10 boys. It is delivered across eight 45-60 minute sessions. The program covers friendship, resolving conflict, assertive communication, emotional regulation, safe use of technology and social media, personal strengths, connections, and support networks.

Chris Walker, Deputy Principal at Embleton Primary School in WA has acclaimed the program as... " a fantastic program that aids in supporting boys in managing their personal wellbeing and relationships with others. The program encourages problem-solving, critical and creative thinking, and promotes teamwork."

 

The program utilises experiential, tactile and visual learning to engage students and promote real-life skills for social wellbeing.

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Rebecca Low
rebecca.low@youthcare.org.au