Anchor Project - Tools
Haringey Anchor Project has developed a range of tools to support emotional health and wellbeing at a universal level. Many of these tools can also be used, with initial advice from the project, to support children and young people with more complex needs.
The resilience wheel (PDF, 52KB)has been adapted from the work of Larry Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg and Steve Van Brockern based on research around traditional cultures; Reclaiming Youth at Risk; 2001.
The Emotionally Friendly Classroom
The emotionally friendly classroom document provides framework for good practice to create a positive classroom culture to promote emotional resilience (included within bundle A).
‘How to BE’ for All
This tool is available to support the embedding of good practice across settings and organisations. Supporting adults to recognise their own responses and thinking when working with pupils day to day.
Supports capacity to de-escalate conflict (included within bundle A).
Philosophical Enquiry and The Resilience Wheel
Turning Cognitive Theory into Classroom Practice.
The Haringey Resilience Wheel (derived from the Circle of Courage model of Larry Brendtro) offers a set of guiding principles to support the emotional and mental well-being of children and their families.
Belonging – a student perspective
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The Emotionally Friendly Home
The emotionally friendly home cards provide a structure for parents, carers and social workers working with children and young people to respond in a meaningful way so that children thrive.
The home tool can be used by schools when working with parents so that parents, carers and school staff can use a Common Language (PDF, 316KB) to discuss needs, behaviour, and strategies.
As communication is strengthened, parents are enabled to engage in a meaningful dialogue about their child.
Tool to support children in out of school hours culture and leisure activities.
The sense of belongimg to a club provides a stabilizing influence on children. Research shows that attending after school clubs has a positive impact on achievement.
This element of the tool can be used to support parents, carers and club facilitators to increase inclusion, using a Common Language (PDF, 316KB).
Team Talk is available from your manager. Managers can receive more information from email@example.com
A5 cards also available as professional prompt cards from firstname.lastname@example.org
Five to Thrive in Haringey is being used to support parents as a universal offer, with some of the Five to Thrive resources providing early targeted support for those parents who need it.
Healthy Child Programme
The Healthy Child Programme is a national programme for 0-5 year olds and 5-19 year olds.
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