OUR PARTNERSHIP SERVICES
Purple Parenting offer a bespoke and confidential service that is based on the individual needs of your family, offering strategies on many issues including sleep, eating and challenging behaviour for children aged 0-19.
By having space to think about your child, a deeper understanding of their behaviour will be achieved leading to improved relationships and a calmer family life.
We can also support you as a family around difficult life events, such as divorce and bereavement.
The world is changing fast. As individuals and organisations, many of us are questioning the way we live and work and looking for new ways of doing things.
Here at the Quadrangle we offer our partners a unique space for enquiry. Our natural setting creates the opportunity to step back, think more clearly and explore new modes of action and being.
West Kent Mind have created MH4 Schools. This innovative project enables us to partner with schools and train staff in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), Mind Fitness and Suicide Awareness and Prevention. This training focuses on early intervention and gives staff the skills and confidence to support children and young people experiencing mental health problems.
The Sporting Way, founded by ex-professional footballer Bradley Pritchard, is a social enterprise which educates, empowers and inspires young people to fulfil their potential.
A unique organisation designing and running bespoke personal development programmes in schools, community centres, professional sports academies, and beyond. The positive values of sport are used to provide a vital service to address the personal and social issues felt by all young people today.
With a background that includes teaching and managing a Local Authority Behaviour Service I can offer a wide range of support to schools around behaviour management and pupil well-being. I can help with school wide practice or take on casework around individual pupils. I passionately believe that when children feel safe, supported and happy they can achieve their full potential socially, emotionally and academically.