Wellbeing and Resilience

Bounceback

A Wellbeing and Resilience Program created by Helen McGrath and Toni Noble.

BounceBack! is a whole-school program that provides students with practical strategies and life skills to handle challenges and adversity. It is particularly relevant and helpful for students who are experiencing difficulties, whether it be dealing with a shocking event or just coping with day-to-day challenges.

If students are struggling, learning can be adversely affected, and Bounce Back! contains specific strategies to help.

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 BASC3

Behaviour Assessment System for Children, Third Edition (BASC-3)

BASC-3 is a comprehensive set of rating scales and forms including the Teacher Rating Scales (TRS), Parent Rating Scales (PRS), Self-Report of Personality (SRP), Student Observation System (SOS), and Structured Developmental History (SDH). Together, they help you understand the behaviours and emotions of children and adolescents.

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Vineland3

Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scales, Third Edition (Vineland-3)

 Vineland-3 is the leading instrument for supporting the diagnosis of intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is designed to meet ANY adaptive behaviour assessment need by offering:

  • Interview, Parent/Caregiver, and Teacher Forms
  • Comprehensive (full-length) and Domain-Level (abbreviated) versions of each form
  • Online and paper administration options for all forms/versions
  • Computerised or hand scoring for all forms/versions

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Pupil Aspire

Pupil Aspire

Pupil Aspire is based on sound psychological principles and promotes best practice in line with the guidelines proposed in the SEND Code of Practice (UK). Using a simple shared scale the guided structured conversation provides a formative assessment of a child or young person's strengths and needs in key areas such as Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH). 

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