FLOURISH IN SCHOOL

“Good education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
— W. B. Yeats

IN SCHOOL PROGRAM

We provide our Flourish Tutoring program tailored to suit infants and primary classrooms. We travel to your school,  work in your classroom, collaborate with your teachers and use your available resources. Our program focuses on helping students and teachers identify weaknesses and strengths, and then shows teachers how to encourage students to use their strengths by building new neural pathways. The Flourish program improves self esteem, emotional resilience and scholastic performance, which also has the wonderful benefit of improving the classroom culture and reducing the need for behaviour management. You can understand more about our philosophy and approach by checking out our RESOURCES.

 

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'FLOURISH IN SCHOOL' - IN A NUTSHELL

WHAT WE DO 

* listen to the classroom teacher ... because we know he or she knows the children best

* together with the classroom teacher, we devise a program that best suits the class AND the classroom teacher

* team teach with the classroom teacher, so the kids see that their teacher is both enthusiastic and skilled in the program

* give contact details to the teacher so that they can call their own Flourish Tutor directly (the one they've talked to, taught with and who knows the kids in their class)

* decide on a visitation program where we return to catch up with the teacher and/or the kids

* provide opportunity to be part of the Flourish Community, receive articles, resources and tips  (no boring stuff, we promise)

* Potentially gather together once a year at a conference (Ok. That's a bit of a dream of ours and isn't happening quite yet ... but a goal is a good thing, especially when it's about gathering dedicated teachers together!)        :)

WHAT WE DO NOT!

* suggest or demonstrate a program that is impossible for one teacher to do with 30 kids in the class

* demonstrate a program that requires expensive resources

* suggest activities that require the teacher to spend lots of time re-training (like learning to speak French or juggle!)

* abandon you after our visit

 

 

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Interested in TEACHER TRAINING? We provide all sorts of teacher support: for individual teachers, principals and across the staff. Topics include classroom management, differentiating the curriculum, collaborating with parents and many more. Click right to see more on how we can assist with teacher training at your school. 

To discuss the options for your school further, please contact us. We are happy to visit your school and learn more about your context and how we can help. An initial visit attracts no charge and there is no obligation. 

 
Pre school resources, Kabezi, East Africa

Pre school resources, Kabezi, East Africa

A NOTE ON COST

Flourish Tutoring comes under the banner of Lovius Educational Consultancy who provide services to schools and community organisations in Ireland and elsewhere in Europe, as well as non-government organisations (NGO's) who work in education in the developing world. We try really hard - and we mean REALLY hard, to keep our costs to a minimum, especially for organisations that are charitable or on a restricted budget (like many schools).

On the other hand, you get what you pay for. We are experienced, professional educators running a well -researched and effective program that will enhance your students' learning and well being. We believe you will decide that it is worth every cent.Through the extended work of Lovius Educational Consultancy, we do try and subsidise where applicable and possible.

Each school's program is different, so please contact us to discuss both your needs and the likely cost. 

 

A NOTE ON RESOURCES

Don't panic! This is one program you can take to your principal and say, "We don't have to buy anything new"! Having tested this program in poverty stricken schools in East Africa, we are specialists in making the most of your school's resources, so you don't have to stretch your budget any further. You'll be surprised by how many new activities you can do with the objects gathering dust in your storeroom