Human Values Foundation

Human Values Foundation

Organisational Partner: Human Values Foundation

Lead contact : charlesafowler@ymail.com

Brief Description of Work: The Human Values Foundation has since 1995 developed values-based educational programmes to help children’s social and emotional development and support their mental health and general wellbeing. It has worked with over 2000 schools in the UK and around the world. Its new digital programme for children aged 4 – 11, The Big Think, was launched in 2019 in a number of UK primary schools.

Key Words : Resident in: UK,

Working in: UK,

Area(s) of Interest in VBP:,Education,Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Policy/Commissioning,,Research/other/impact of values-based interventions on children’s mental health and wellbeing,Services/person-centered,Services/teamwork,

Related Area(s) of Interest:Evidence-based practice,Ethics,

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Child Health,  Mental health/General,Social care, Well-being,

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