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  • Provided with opportunities to experience secure attachment relationships with key adult figures

  • To experience the programme environment as a “safe place”

  • To experience and understand social well being

  • Taught and then supported to implement more adaptive social and problem solving skills

  • To complete a programme, achieve success, and for this to be used as a positive narrative building the foundation for future positive outcomes


  • Learning and then practicing a range of verbal and non-verbal self-protective behaviours

  • Increasing their self-esteem and self-efficacy

  • Improving body, emotional and self-awareness and by doing so, improving their ability to regulate their emotions and behaviours

  • Learning and experimenting with social behaviours that are deemed appropriate, acceptable and safe

  • Increasing their social competency

  • Learning and practicing relaxation exercises and to experience greater sense of inner calm

  • Experiencing a sense of a positive school community

  • Connecting with different cultural groups around a common activity (e.g., Rock and Water, physical activity) and provided with structure and boundaries within this relationship development process

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