From the little girl for whom laughter yoga provided a reduction in her frequent panic attacks, to the teenager who is aiming for the Tokyo Olympics, and the little boy who could never sit still but loved doing a 3-minute meditation, we are proud to have touched the lives of numerous children, teachers and parents who have been inspired by our stories and driven to take action after experiencing the powerful positive psychology interventions built into the RWS programme.
Below, you can read some case studies and learn more about the work we do and results we achieve in terms of improving the resilience, wellbeing and ability to achieve success in all areas of life for pupils, teachers and parents.
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In primary schools, the programme typically runs over 9-11 weeks, and includes lively workshops, fully-resourced lessons, and videos. Throughout the programme, pupils have the opportunity to practice a range of PPIs (positive psychology interventions)   .
As RWS runs in primary and secondary schools, as well as Sixth Forms, in the independent and state sectors, it includes flexibility to run as a set programme or to slot into wellbeing weeks, enrichment afternoons and non-curriculum days, to suit each school’s requirements and timetable availability.
Optional staff CPD and parent workshops/presentations are also available, as well as half/full CPD days.
 There is strong evidence that PPIs improve wellbeing and that practicing multiple PPIs rather than only one gives individuals the most well-being benefit. Sin, N. L., & Lyubomirsky, S. (2009). Enhancing well-being and alleviating depressive symptoms with positive psychology interventions: A practice-friendly meta-analysis. Journal of clinical psychology, 65(5), 467-487.
 Waters, L. (2011). A Review of School-Based Positive Psychology Interventions. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 28(2), 75-90. doi:10.1375/aedp.28.2.75