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Partnership for Children

Partnership for Children

Who we are

Partnership for Children helps children to be mentally and emotionally healthy, just as sport and good food help them to be physically healthy.

We focus on young children (aged 5 – 12 years), producing resources for teachers, parents and carers, giving them the information and tools they need to support their children – activities to help children communicate with and get on with other people, and build self-awareness and emotional resilience. 

Our Skills for Life social and emotional learning programmes are taught in primary schools across England and 32 other countries around the world. The programmes deal with difficult issues such as anxiety, communication, friendship, bullying, conflict, change and loss. Evaluations have shown that children who take part in our programmes show improvements in coping and social skills, bullying is reduced and academic results improve. 

In all our work, we help children to develop skills to deal with difficulties, so that they will be better able to cope with problems and crises as teenagers and adults. It’s great value for money - less than £2.00 for each child who completes our programmes - and while we’re big enough to be effective, we’re small enough for your support to make a real difference.

Please help us to promote good mental health for children - for life.

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Charity details

Registered address
Partnership For Children,26-27 Market Place
Kingston-upon -thames,Surrey
KT1 1JH

Phone
02089746004

wendy.tabuteau@partnershipforchildren.org.uk

http://www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk

Charity number
1089810

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