A values-based wellbeing curriculum
Connect is a Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) wellbeing curriculum for primary school children. It is a fun, easy to use weekly programme that teaches children key skills to promote emotional wellbeing and resilience.
In response to the growing number of people suffering with mental health troubles, Governments throughout the world are realising that early intervention is better than specialist support later in life. One effective way to do this is with simple psycho-education skills development curriculum-based interventions in schools.
Who’s it for?
We believe that it’s never too early to start working on wellbeing, so we’ve created schemes of work for children aged 4 to 11 years old. Importantly, the lesson plans are accessed through our Connect Resource Bank and consequently they are available to schools in the UK, USA, Australia and any other English speaking countries.
The children have really enjoyed learning about DNA-V. Many express how they find it useful and I have heard them applying it in other lessons like fitness training.
PSHE Co-ordinator at Manorbrook Primary School