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"I wish I had been taught that at school" - the most common response from teachers and parents who have witnessed the impacts from our values-themed programmes for children.

We provide teaching materials that enable young children and teenagers to flourish by developing positive character traits along with essential social and emotional life skills while having fun exploring and putting into practice, a wide range of well considered values that enrich their day-to-day activities.

We are currently undertaking our most ambitious project ever to create a new personal development programme called THE BIG THINK for children aged 4 to 11.  It comprises stories, songs, quotations, time for reflection and activities that stimulate vibrant discussions and debate about what is important in life for young people in today's world - from personal perspectives, to relationships, to society and the environment. 

If you want to promote uplifting values in society and give children and teenagers opportunities to develop a strong moral compass and attractive personal qualities from a young age, please donate to support our cause.

We provide 2 practical programmes for use in schools and family settings:
  • EDUCATION in HUMAN VALUES - for ages 4 to 12

  • SOCIAL and EMOTIONAL EDUCATION - principally for ages 12 to 14+ but also helpful for older teenagers identified as likely to benefit from some extra support to get their lives 'back on track'

These thought-provoking teaching materials, covering an extensive range of important topics, along with engaging stories, songs and activities to deepen learning, help young people develop essential emotional and social skills and a clear understanding of how the values we choose guide and impact our thinking, decision-making, actions and behaviour.

Charity No: 1048755

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