2021 Program Details
Tuesday 9th February
Tuesday 25th May
From 4:30pm-5:30pm weekly on Tuesdays
$590 for the full 16-week program
Contact email@example.com or 0455 888 154
A social skills enrichment program for primary students is a unique social thinking program that encourages children to think about how to get along with others and explore the benefits of developing new social skills.
This highly structured, role-play and play-based program is designed to teach children how to think socially and make friendship work. The program engages children into feeling friendship together, it encourages them to see it, taste it, smell it and laugh with each other. It connects young people and offers them the skills to belong.
What’s the Buzz? is delivered through direct teaching, role-play, quizzes and fun in the context of an encouraging group.
The lesson schedule is presented below:
- Lesson 1: Meeting people and discovering differences!
- Lesson 2: Joining in
- Lesson 3: Sharing and taking turns
- Lesson 4: Cooperation
- Lesson 5: Waiting
- Lesson 6: Making it better
- Lesson 7: Winning and losing – ‘gracefully’
- Lesson 8: Fact or opinion: staying friendly over different ideas
- Lesson 9: working with feelings
- Lesson 10: angry feelings
- Lesson 11: building healthy bodies, happy minds and steady feelings
- Lesson 12: honesty – ‘telling the truth’
- Lesson 13: Saying, “No”
- Lesson 14: Empathy
- Lesson 15: Worry – knowing about it, and dealing with it
- Lesson 16: Time to say goodbye
You can find more information on the content of the program here
If you are interested in this program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0455 888 154.
What’s the Buzz? is written by Mark LeMessurier & Madhavi Nawana Parker.