Free resources for teachers and parents
Building Resilient Communities
Discover some of the main ingredients of a resilient school and community.
Ten Ways Schools Can Reduce Anxiety
The biggest barrier for most students to doing well at school is not their attitude, intelligence or motivation; it is their levels of anxiety. A 4-page pdf written by Andrew Fuller.
The Relationship Quotient: Trust
Trust is the foundation of a successful relationship. It is the first element in the Relationship Quotient (RQ).
Building adult connections: Tips for parents
Developing high levels of adult support assists your child in feeling safe in a supportive family.
The Resilient Mindset
Andrew Fuller and John Hendry explore the Resilient Mindset.
The Relationship Quotient
Creating quality relationships involves giving yourself to that relationship in an altruistic rather than a selfish or conditional way.
The Relationship Quotient: Forgiveness
Once trust has been established in a relationship it is important to know there will be times when it will be tested. Forgiveness is the second element in the Relationship Quotient (RQ).
The Relationship Quotient: Integrity
The third quality in the Relationship Quotient (RQ) that creates quality relationships is integrity. When people act with integrity they build new pathways.
Tips for parents who want to work on building empowerment of children in the home.
Building boundaries: Tips for Parents
Young people perform better when they have clear rules and consequences, and when they know that the adults in their lives expect the best of them.
Building positive values: Tips for parents
Developing and deepening personal values is a crucial aspect of a young person's development, and eventually become deep commitments that guide how they think and act.
Resilience building activities: Tips for parents
Research shows that an effective approach to raising healthy, competent kids is to concentrate on building resilience.