Peer to Peer Impact Celebration Report, Worksop, Nottinghamshire

“If everyone did Take Five nobody would hate each other anymore.”
Take Five Ambassador.

Set in the picturesque grounds of Rufford Abbey in Nottinghamshire, children from 6 different primaries and one secondary school, came together to ‘breathe in the forest’.

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Peer to Peer Impact Celebration Report, Worksop, Nottinghamshire

12 months on from our first ever impact report, this report is a celebration of the 125 amazing ‘Take Five’ trained Ambassadors, who across 6 schools, lead 2000 of their peers aged 6-12 years, in daily resilience building practices in their schools.

The report celebrates the evolvement of Take Five across Nottinghamshire and shares how each of the schools had proactively worked with Each Amazing Breath over 2-3 academic terms to co-design a tailored approach to embed resilience building in their school through the ‘Take Five’ programme.

The report shares the children’s voices, views, experiences and ideas in relation to Take Five through images and words they gave in response to posed questions, such as:

  • When do you use Take Five at school? How does it help?
  • When and where do you use Take Five at home and how does it help?
  • What if the whole town did Take Five? What would it look like?

This makes for impressive reading whilst making the report vibrant, colourful and full of fresh (child –led) ideas! The report shows that children find Take Five an enjoyable and immensely valuable tool – helping them deal with school and life and its array of complexities with ease.

Each Amazing Breath also documented the day through film – interviewing the children and their teachers. To view the films from this event please see [categories]

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