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GUIDE TO LIFE

Proven Strategies for Children’s Long Term           Health & Wellbeing

What is Guide to Life?

Who’s the Guide for?

Guide to training & support

How’s the Guide work?

Whole school evidence-based personal development strategies

Giving children the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to thrive in the 21st Century

Targeted interventions for individuals and small groups

Theme based exercises for school and home to practice real world interactions and challenges

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural growth

 Ways to connect, be active, keep learning, take notice, give and be wise

Curriculum plans, guided learning & home learning challenges

Interactive lesson plans, strategies and self help techniques for all children to check in with themselves and understand their own wellbeing.


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Why is there a need?

“Research shows that pupils with higher levels of wellbeing generally perform better academically and schools using programmes to develop social skills have improvements in attainment and behaviour.”
Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England
“The importance of parental engagement in children’s learning is widely acknowledged. Evidence suggests that it has many benefits, such as improvements in literacy and maths skills, better school attendance and closure of achievement gap.”
Education Endowment Fund

What Generation Alpha need to know, that we never get chance to tell them

How Does the Guide Work?

Online, in lessons

Written By Teachers to Help Teachers and Students

Aren’t teachers wonderful

What our users say…

“Research shows that pupils with higher levels of wellbeing generally perform better academically and schools using programmes to develop social skills have improvements in attainment and behaviour.”
Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England
“Research shows that pupils with higher levels of wellbeing generally perform better academically and schools using programmes to develop social skills have improvements in attainment and behaviour.”
Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England
“Research shows that pupils with higher levels of wellbeing generally perform better academically and schools using programmes to develop social skills have improvements in attainment and behaviour.”
Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England
“Research shows that pupils with higher levels of wellbeing generally perform better academically and schools using programmes to develop social skills have improvements in attainment and behaviour.”
Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England

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