Updated: Mar 16, 2022
Here at Future Action we are delighted to launch Version two of our Early Intervention Programme.
We are changing the name from the ‘Building Mental Fitness’ programme to the ‘RISE Up’ Early Intervention Wellbeing Programme.
It is best practice that schools embed a 3 phase approach to transform your young people's wellbeing at this challenging time.
The ‘RISE Up’ Early Intervention Wellbeing programme guides innovative teachers in delivering Early Intervention for all within schools, with physical activity one of the secret weapons to transforming wellbeing.
Introducing the RISE Up Roadmap
Our ‘RISE Up’ Early Intervention Programme is a proven step by step programme that guides innovative teachers to reduce students’ anxiety, build their confidence, and create a sustainable Early Intervention Programme within 90 days.
We have learnt so much over the last 18 months from road testing different self-care strategies, learning from the 35 schools across the world already within our community, and from student voice about what is working for our young people and what additional support they require. We have had a tremendous response from students and staff who have been roadtesting the new resources and we are excited to see how it will transform young people's wellbeing.
It is ideal for Physical Education teachers, Mental Health leads, RSHE leads, Progress Leaders as well as any member of staff who wants to equip themselves with a range of early intervention skills so that they can make a difference.
This online teacher training course is packed full of editable resources to save teachers precious hours of time planning, so that they can have maximum impact as soon as possible.
Click here to find out more about our new 'RISE Up Early Intervention Teacher Training Course.
Please reply to this e-mail if you have any questions about the programme or why not book a no obligation call with our team so we can discuss your needs and you can ask any questions you may have.
Take action today to help your young people ‘RISE Up’.
Have a great week
Neil & the Future Action Team