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Personal Growth for young People

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Our story…how it all began:

Die Bron Primary School in Stanford, MichelleBaker(MEd Design Thinking Practitioner) and Regina Bronner(Occupational Therapist) ;collaborated to provide training and support to 17 assistants who were placed at the Die Bron Primary School.

A four-week course with focus on inter-personal skills and personal growth was put in place to run from the 25th of February to the 18th of March, 2021.

The sessions were designed to be participatory and thought provoking, inspiring, supportive and leading the young attendees towards exploring their personal skills set and developing new skills that could be used as tools for their future careers.

Thank you to everyone involved in this project . We want to see the development of this youth initiative GROW.

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