The Happy Lives Programme

A healthy body and a healthy mind work best together

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Take a more holistic approach to your children's wellbeing and combine the healthy mind and healthy body programmes into our happy life programme.

The 'happy life' programme supports schools to provide an exceptional P.E. programme that recognises the importance of sport, fitness and engagement but, with 1 in 10 children suffering from mental health related illnesses, we go beyond to support your children's mental well-being.

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The Healthy Mind Programme

Our behaviour transformation programme is specifically designed to resolve challenging behaviour displayed in children and young people to help reduce the risk of exclusion and movement to pupil referral units.

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The Healthy Body Programme

The sports premium programme offers you an alternative solution to spend your sports premium funding. Our experienced instructor will work with your pupils to deliver outstanding and effective sessions for sustainable P.E. teaching.

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What does the happy life programme look like?

Both our healthy mind and healthy body programmes work effectively as individual services, however they compliment each other to produce the happy life programme, a holistic solution for children and young people.

The happy life programme utilises your premium funding as effectively as possible, benefiting the pupils at your school that need it the most. 

Click below to see an example of how the programmes work hand in hand across several year groups in one day.

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What are the goals of the happy life programme?

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    Awareness of how their behaviour affects others
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    Increased motivation to learning
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    Ability to manage situations on their own initiative
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    Awareness of barriers to learning
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    Improve attitudes towards health and sport related activities
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    Widen vulnerable group access and participation in sport
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    Foster a sense of 'healthy competitiveness'
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    Learn new skills and knowledge
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    Reduction in conflict with staff and peers
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    Increased access to school curriculum
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    Motivation to change
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    Improved self-efficacy
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    What does the happy life programme look like?

    The timetable below is an example of a standard day for the happy life programme.

    Use our timetables or work with us to design your own programme to get the most out of the programme.

    Example School Day

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 2

    Session 1 (9:30 - 10:30am)

    Y1 Healthy Body - Movement & Fundamentals

    Y5 Healthy Mind - Change Talk Therapy

    Session 2 (11:00 - 12:00pm)

    Y1 Healthy Mind - Self-Awareness Activity

    Y4 Healthy Body - Dance 'James Bond'

    Session 3 (13:00 - 14:00pm)

    Y2 Healthy Body - Uni-Hock

    Y6 Healthy Mind - Motivational Interviewing

    Session 4 (14:10 - 15:10pm)

    Y2 Healthy Mind - Developing Emotional Intelligence

    Y6 Healthy Body - Orienteering

    After School Club (13:15 - 14:15pm)

    KS1 Healthy Body - Gymnastics

    Y6 Healthy Mind - Resilience Building