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Who is PSP for?

The programme is designed for 14+ pupils, students and adults, and can be implemented in schools, colleges and other educational institutions and organisations as, for example, a part of SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) or PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education).

 

How long does PSP last?

The whole programme consist of four modules and would ideally require two hours a week over a one-year period (or one hour a week over a two-year period). Shorter versions of the programme can be also designed to suit particular requirements of  your institution or organization.

 

How is the programme delivered?

If you are based in London or the surrounding area, our trained and qualified facilitators can deliver the programme. Otherwise, we can provide the training for your own staff. Teaching materials (that include guidelines for each area) and the students’ handbook are available.

 

Is programme compatible with SEAL requirements?

The programme covers all five aspects of SEAL (self-awareness, managing feelings, motivation, empathy and social skills). However, it goes further, addressing additional subjects that enable creating a more coherent programme.

 

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Perhaps there was a time when people were simply not exercised by wondering about what sort of person they should be. They had their roles and allotted stations in life, and they just got on with it. We no longer think that the young should be brought up just like that, but with what do we replace such a traditional upbringing? That is the central problem for personal, social and moral education.
G. Phillips


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