The Workshop Covers the Following:
We have found our programs to be extremely popular with schools engaging in Shared Education. The layout and set up of our workshops allows for children from different schools to interact meaningfully, have fun together and facilitate the building up of relationships.
HIP delivers to cluster groups. The feedback from cluster sessions has been very positive. Our ability to manage big audience numbers, enables several schools to come together to benefit from our various packages.
We offer an adapted one hour version of our staff development programs as part of twilight training to schools. This allows schools to acquire staff training as part of their timetabled school day.
A HIP workshop in action
Our aim is inspire, educate and have a lot of fun along the way.
Our passion lies in helping people to increase their well-being and performance.
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What our clients say
Royal Belfast Academical Institute
The HIP Psychology pre-exam study skills session was of great benefit to our year 12 pupils. The session helped them develop robust strategies to add value to their preparation, revision and learning environment. There was a nice balance between interaction and group work, which led to high levels of pupil engagement.
– Mr. Sam Gamble, Learning Mentor Year 12
St Comgall’s Primary School, Bangor
The HIP program was absolutely fantastic, with both pupils and parents raving about the opportunity. All participants left with practical take away strategies to help in dealing with stressful situations and working with confidence. This is a program we will use annually going forward.
Mrs. Cathy Hunter, Principal
St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan.
HIP delivered workshops to both our year 13s (exam preparation) and year 14s (resilience). The students thoroughly enjoyed and benefited greatly from the workshops. The workshops were value for money. I believe we will see its true benefit in August on Results Day.
– Mr. Peter Hynes, Head of Year 14.