The Resilience Project

At Grey Street Primary School, we are committed to fostering the well-being and emotional strength of our students through The Resilience Project. This innovative programme aims to equip our young learners with essential life skills that help them navigate challenges and build a positive mindset.

What is The Resilience Project?

The Resilience Project is a comprehensive initiative that focuses on promoting mental health and resilience in students. The programme is based on three core principles:

  1. Gratitude: Encouraging students to appreciate what they have and express thankfulness for the positive aspects of their lives.
  2. Empathy: Teaching students to understand and share the feelings of others, fostering kindness and compassion in our school community.
  3. Mindfulness: Helping students to stay present and engaged in the moment, reducing stress and improving focus through mindful practices.

Programme Activities

The Resilience Project integrates a variety of engaging and interactive activities into our curriculum, including:

Benefits of The Resilience Project

By participating in The Resilience Project, our students develop crucial skills that contribute to their overall well-being and academic success. These benefits include: