Life Education Trust - Wairarapa

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We have over 40 mobile classrooms that visit primary and intermediate schools. The Life Education Programme teaches children about self est

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Life Education children learn from a young age that never before in time and never again in time will there be another person like them, they're special; that their brain and body are magnificent; what the body's needs are; and that we all need to give respect and support to each other.

Independent research shows that our programme makes children feel valued, it motivates them to learn, it improves friendships, reduces bullying, and they change aspects of their lifestyle to be healthier and happier. We use teaching techniques that increase self esteem. 100% of your donation will be used to deliver the programme in your area.


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March Article - Wairarapa MidWeek  19 April 2011

Posted by: Life Education Trust - Wairarapa

Hi everybody and thanks for taking the time to read the Life Education column to keep up to date on where and what Harold and I have been up to. During February and March of this year, Harold and I have been busy visiting schools around the Wairarapa & Southern Hawkes Bay. If your child has come home excited about a visit from Harold, they will have had an opportunity to build on and develop their skills on how to live a healthy lifestyle. Harold and I do this by encouraging children to support and respect each other; we help them understand that they are all unique and special, and teach them that the human body is magnificent! Our programme is made up of 19 individual modules, and all are linked to the School Curriculum; so you can be sure your kids are having their educational needs met. The modules do not necessarily work on changing childrenfs behaviour; it works on changing desires. How do we do this? By taking children on an adventure in our mobile classroom, which is equipped with sophisticated technologies to capture their imaginations and create the wow-factor. Children are like sponges in their formative years, which makes the primary years a fantastic time to raise their awareness of how incredibly awesome they are. Ultimately, our main goal is to enable children to make positive decisions about any influences that might restrict them from developing to their fullest potential. So far this year we have been busy delivering a wide range of modules, with a strong focus on Social Relationships. Peer relationships are important contributors to the quality of both children's current lives and their future development. This can be quite a challenging area for many children. There is no rule book on how to build healthy self-esteem, keep true to oneself; while still managing to maintain healthy friendships. Emotions at any age can be quite difficult to control! To help children in this area we provide educational opportunities which develop their skills. They share and are given ideas on maintaining and enriching their social relationships. They learn strategies on how to communicate with others positively, how to deal with peer pressure, bullying, and that is okay to say no. They are also look at how to make healthy choices when it comes to diet and exercise; which are linked to self-esteem.

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    Guest Donor on 22 Jan 2016

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    Love what you do xx

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    Vitaly on 17 Nov 2015

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    Charlotte on 12 Oct 2015

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    You guys rock and are doing a wonderful job.

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  • Charlotte

    Charlotte on 19 Apr 2011

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    You guys are awesome in the way you tirelessly work at bringing this great educational resource to the Wairarapa & Hawkes Bay - you are appreciated!!

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