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Workshops & Groups

Project Connect and The Feelings Explorers are our two core therapeutic group programmes for primary-aged children. The programmes are dynamic and flexible, and can be adapted for children in reception through to Year 6. Each programme has been very carefully created by drawing on years of experience and research. They are based on a number of therapeutic frameworks and are arts- and play-based. They usually run for 10-weeks, which enables us to ‘deep dive’ into the topics. This also means they fit well within a school term. Both Project Connect and The Feelings Explorers can be delivered to whole classes as part of a school’s PSHE curriculum, or in small groups of children either in schools or in the community. Please get in touch if you’d like to learn more about our group programmes – we’d love to hear from you!

By far the best thing my child has done! He now has a toolkit to help him whenever he gets anxious. He is happier and more confident now


I have become more confident and now I talk to other children in my class


At first I didn't see the change but then wow! She is calmer and 

more confident.

PROJECT CONNECT fosters a sense of belonging and connection between children. Kindness and compassion are at the heart of this programme. With the overarching aims of preventing bullying and promoting social cohesion and healthy conflict resolution, Project Connect covers a range of topics including: 


  • Friendships 

  • Difference

  • Communication and empathy 

  • Conflict resolution 

  • Bullying 

  • Kindness and compassion 

THE FEELINGS EXPLORERS, our innovative mental health promotion programme, invites children to delve into the world of emotions and develop their expertise! The programme helps children to nurture and develop vital emotional literacy skills. Their confidence will flourish as they learn:  


  • What are feelings and emotions?

  • How to recognise a wide array of emotions 

  • A variety of strategies for expressing and managing emotions

  • What to do if an emotion feels too big

  • How to harness the power of inner self-talk 

  • To recognise their qualities and strengths  

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