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  • Writer's pictureGary Darma

A positive approach to wellness: The Resilience Project at BSPS

At Bourchier, we are proud to announce our partnership with The Resilience Project, an organization that is dedicated to promoting mental health and well-being through its unique schools program. The Resilience Project's mission aligns with our own commitment to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for our students, and we are excited to implement their program in our school.

The Resilience Project Schools Program is an evidence-based program that aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge they need to build resilience, manage emotions, and foster positive relationships. The program focuses on three key areas: gratitude, empathy, and mindfulness.

Gratitude: Gratitude is a powerful tool that helps individuals cultivate a positive outlook on life and strengthen relationships. The Resilience Project encourages students to practice gratitude by focusing on the things they are thankful for each day and expressing their gratitude to others.

Empathy: Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. The Resilience Project helps students develop their empathy skills by teaching them how to listen actively, identify emotions in others, and respond in a compassionate and understanding manner.

Mindfulness: Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment and focusing on one's thoughts and feelings without judgment. The Resilience Project introduces students to mindfulness through simple exercises and techniques that can be practiced throughout the day.

The Resilience Project Schools Program is delivered by trained facilitators who work closely with teachers, students, and parents to create a supportive and inclusive environment. The program is designed to be flexible, allowing schools to tailor it to their specific needs and the needs of their students.

At Bourchier, we believe that the Resilience Project Schools Program will have a positive impact on our students' mental health and well-being. We are confident that this innovative approach will help our students build resilience, develop empathy, and cultivate mindfulness, which will benefit them both in school and in life.

For more information about The Resilience Project Schools Program, visit their website at You can also find them on social media. We encourage anyone interested in promoting mental health and well-being in their own community to learn more about The Resilience Project.

Students will receive TRP journals that will help them record learning experiences.

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