B.E.S.T Kids

From Mon 16 January 2023
Until Wed 25 January 2023

1/838 Glenferrie Place
Hawthorn VIC 3122

Cost
$600
01/16/2023 10:00 am 01/25/2023 11:00 am B.E.S.T Kids BEST Kids is an evidence-based program supporting kids in Building Essential Skills Together (BEST): Building – over the time together, learning, practicing and building new skills Essential – the essential social skills of communication and relating, which are seemingly compromised in our modern, technology-centric world Skills – we practice developing these essential ‘skills’ of trust, empathy, problem-solving and effective communication Together – the program takes place in a group setting where kids are amongst and supported by their peers in a strengths-based environment. The aim of the program is to help children develop skills to be their best selves and live their best lives. It’s not about kids, bullies, or their behaviour being ‘bad’. Instead, it considers, ‘what does a good role model look like?’ and ‘how can we be one?’. Through the program, kids are supported to understand that they can be empathic, they can be a good friend, and they can be a good role model and are taught the skills to achieve it. 1/838 Glenferrie Place , Hawthorn VIC 3122 City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public

Event details

BEST Kids is an evidence-based program supporting kids in Building Essential Skills Together (BEST):

  • Building – over the time together, learning, practicing and building new skills
  • Essential – the essential social skills of communication and relating, which are seemingly compromised in our modern, technology-centric world
  • Skills – we practice developing these essential ‘skills’ of trust, empathy, problem-solving and effective communication
  • Together – the program takes place in a group setting where kids are amongst and supported by their peers in a strengths-based environment.

The aim of the program is to help children develop skills to be their best selves and live their best lives. It’s not about kids, bullies, or their behaviour being ‘bad’. Instead, it considers, ‘what does a good role model look like?’ and ‘how can we be one?’. Through the program, kids are supported to understand that they can be empathic, they can be a good friend, and they can be a good role model and are taught the skills to achieve it.

This is a community-run event and not organised or endorsed by Council. No responsibility is taken for incorrect information, changes or cancellations.
Category
Community-run events