Skills based programs for success in today's world
Our programs (available for every year level) use age-relevant activities to build emotional competencies. The programs are based on a decade of collaborations with key partner schools in which we have have received significant teacher and school input into their development.
Our Range of EI Development School Programs
We have programs to suit every developmental stage. Click to expand.
Prep In Development
Year 1 Foundations
Year 2 Foundations Booster
Year 3 Healthy Friendships
Year 4 Building Blocks
Year 5 Building Blocks Booster
Year 6 Pro-Social Behaviours
Year 7 Transitions
Year 8 Wellbeing
Year 9 Outdoor Education Booster
Year 10 Resilience EI Development
Year 11/12 Leadership EI
Programs in development include:
BOARDING HOUSE EI DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
SPORTING EXCELLENCE EI DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Think about your primary objectives for introducing EI
There are many utilities of EI in schools. You need not chose only one objective, however having a clear goal will increase the likelihood of successfully using Emotional Intelligence in your school. Having a clear goal will make tracking your progress simpler, more measurable and can allow you to plan for the longer term success of your school.
Do you hope to:
- Improve academic outcomes?
- Assist students in their subject selection?
- Improve resiliency in your students?
- Improve peer relations and tackle bullying behaviours?
- Enhance student – teacher communication?
- Give students alternative behavioural management techniques?
Form an EI leadership team
This team will be comprised of staff dedicated to integrating
Emotional Intelligence programs within your school. They will become
the EI experts in the community and will be the driving force allowing
the school community to benefit most from the EI programs most
suited to your needs.
Our experience in working with schools has shown that this is a
vital component to the successful implementation of any type of EI
testing or intervention.
Consider testing as a first step
Before launching straight in to implementing programs school wide, often schools find it particularly helpful to use assessment of a chosen student group as a spring board into using Emotional
Intelligence within the school. This process assists in rapid development of staff understanding of the concept of emotional
intelligence as well as its many utilities within a school setting.
Learn more about EI assessment