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Compassion


The Compassion Project: Building kindness and empathy in primary pupils

Course Details

Target User:

Target User:

Ages 7–11
KS2

Curriculum Placement:

Curriculum Placement:

PSHE (and related subjects), Personal Development

Time:

Time:

45 minutes

No Cost:

No Cost:

Free for teachers
and pupils

Overview

Improve the wellbeing of children in your community by helping them to develop core social-emotional skills that are essential for lifelong success. The Compassion Project blends animated videos, digital lessons and classroom-based activities into an easy-to-use toolkit for teachers working with young children. It helps to build kindness, empathy and compassion in pupils to enhance classroom environments, development and all-round wellbeing.

The Compassion Project will give pupils the opportunity to understand compassion – for themselves as well as others – explore empathy, and practise compassion in real life scenarios.

Our sponsorship programme enables your company to support meaningful change in classroom wellbeing through this unique social-emotional education.

Why Sponsor The Compassion Project?

  • Fully white-labelled digital platform to teach essential empathy skills in the classroom
  • Ability to build the reach of your programme in UK schools
  • Robust reports on student reach and knowledge gain data to show your impact
  • Opportunity to add additional bespoke elements, such as facilitated employee volunteering opportunities

Sponsor This Course

Fill out the form today to find out more about sponsoring The Compassion Project for pupils in your community.









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    Activation

    When you sponsor The Compassion Project, you will be supported by our bespoke creative services, including marketing, PR, events, content development, competitions, research and evaluation.