The Best of Friends @ Moriah College

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

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Recently, the Quirky Kid Clinic worked with school staff from Year 5 at Moriah College in Sydney to facilitate the popular ‘The Best of Friends™’ in the classroom settingtting.

Image from the Quirky Kid resources with work Challange

This 6 weeks program covered areas such as Making Friends, Social Skills, Empathy, Compromise, and Peacemaking in friendships. 

Students participated in a range of activities including painting, play dough, role play, and multimedia presentations while discussing the finer points of friendship and playground issues.

Each child was given a “Quirky Kid Tool Kit” including materials for the day as well as making use of the Quirky Kid Resources. Information sheet for parents were provided so they could also help their children to build social skills.

We are very satisfied with parental and school feedback on the positive outcomes the workshop has achieved so far.

Moriah Colleague Principal and Teaching staff were incredible supportive and showed great commitment toward students social development.

  • If you would like some information on ‘The Best of Friends™ workshop for your child’s classroom, please contact us on 02 9362-9297
  • This program has been present in many school around Sydney like, St Thomas, St Catherine’s School and others. We also run our workshops in in Sydney, Wollongong, and Melbourne.

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2 Responses to “The Best of Friends @ Moriah College”

May 28, 2014 at 10:07 am, catherine samson said:

Hi keen to recieve more information on program for my students in yr 2 with special needs,please

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June 01, 2014 at 8:11 pm, Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff) said:

Hello Catherine, Thank you for your email regarding our Social Skills program, The Best of Friends. We have sent you and email and look forward to your reply.

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