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Programs to deliver with Young People

BOUNCE! – An Emotional Resilience Program

Using the KIP Education BOUNCE! approach to resilience we have developed a unique program where young people are better able to make sense of the world around them, build strong relationships, and seek out support when they experience difficulties.


The Calmer Classroom is an interactive programme that focuses on the importance of mindfulness for self-care. Providing young people with calming strategies to manage their worries and build both their confidence and resilience, so they feel calmer, happier and flourish in school life and beyond.

Project Happiness

An 8-module programme supporting young people to learn social & emotional skills The ‘Project Happiness’ programme has key techniques and session/lesson plans to teach good practices in mindfulness & gratitude that promote resilience & help children lead healthier psychological lives.

Future U Life Skills Programme

Future U is an 8-week personal development (Life Skills) programme for young people. It enables participants to reflect on difficulties by applying a solution-focused approach to build strategies for a positive relationship with learning and an improved ability to tackle personal challenges.

Mentoring for Change

KIP Education have developed a programme to support children’s resilience in primary and secondary schools. Peer mentoring has been evidenced as having a positive impact on the emotional health and well-being of children and young people.

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Managing Challenging Behaviour in Young People Training

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Approaches For Empowering & Engaging Young People Training

Delegates will gain techniques in building confidence, self-awareness and empower and build resilience in young people

Adolescent Mental Health Training

It is important that we know how to recognise common mental health problems, know how they arise, what you can do to prevent them, and how to support young people.