The Braingrow program begins at foundation level and carries into secondary school, and focuses on enhancing each student’s capacity at a neural level. The aim is to help develop young people capable of thriving with resilience and an overall sense of well-being.
How does it work?
Our program is based on findings in neurobiological research on how the brain develops, what compromises neural development and how to maximise neural activation from biological, psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives.
The program has a developmental specific, inclusive approach, and runs for six weeks per year across all year levels and is continually revisited throughout the year.
Teachers run the lessons with their class along with support from student welfare staff. Each lesson is unique and has been carefully developed and tested to address the neurobiological capacity and challenges of specific age groups. The lessons are highly informative, interactive and enhance neural growth. As students progress through the years they generate a personalised mental wellness portfolio to capture their progress.
Schools that enrol in this program are provided with professional development, materials and
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