RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN & AT SCHOOL
Our program is used in schools around the world, having a remarkable long-term impact on youth resilience.
WHY IT MATTERS
What is resilience in children?
Children and teenagers deal with a range of stressors at school, at home, and with themselves. Resilience is crucial to how kids and young people respond to challenges and changes in their lives. A resilient child is optimistic, flexible, physically healthy, emotionally aware, and learns from experience.
Why is resilience in children so important?
of 4-17 year-olds are assessed as having mental disorders
of 11-17 year-olds have been bullied
of children and adolescents in Australia are overweight or obese
of 11-17 year-olds met the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for major depressive disorder
of 12-17 year-olds reported having ever self-harmed
of all 12-17 year-olds have anxiety
Examples of improved resilience at school
Resilient students perform better
- Manage stress
- Reduce anxiety
- Stay optimistic
- Manage change & setbacks
- Are less sick
- Less fatigued
- Learn how to stay calm
- Improved sleep habits
- Can deal with difficult classmates
- Are emotionally aware
- More engaged in school
- Stronger relationships
- Boost staff retention
- Forefront of digital innovation
- Higher student satisfaction
How to build resilience in children?
Access hundreds of engaging activities that are scientifically-validated to be your best self every single day.
Identify strengths & weaknesses, get personalised activities & measure results.
Features that educators love
Hundreds of engaging activities, from flexible thinking to impulse control
Setup for a resilient student body takes 5 minutes
Your data is secure and confidential
Students can anonymously track their progress against their school mates
Add 2-100,000 students in just a few clicks
Resilience scale assessment for children & young adults
Our evidence-based & scientific resilience questionnaire
The PR6 is an advanced and efficient resilience psychometric measurement. Through a 3-min questionnaire, the PR6 identifies resilience across 6 distinct domains.
How to teach resilience in the classroom
Research / understand the problem
Our research-based framework provides practical insights into human resilience and wellbeing. We produce global reports highlighting resilience trends and insights.
Create a resilient culture
Encourage community cohesion and lead by example. Build awareness and urgency for resilience activities, and make a commitment to mental health.
With our diagnostic assessment, supervisors get an overview of their student’s wellbeing, resilience and effectiveness. Kids can receive detailed insights into their personal health.
Implement program & track results
With Driven your students will master basics of resilience techniques for rapid bounce for when things go wrong. We enable you to track results and development to recognise progress.