Supporting Schools and their students to learn emotional and social skills and inner resilience
As educators supporting the growth and development of students in our school system,
it is common sense to know that if a student is unable to regulate their emotions or feel
in control socially or emotionally, then academic learning is limited.
At ‘Equine Learning Experiences Australia’ we call this foundational learning. Without this any growth in a student is limited.
Over the past five years the ELEA schools program has had consistent success in teaching school kids the value of listening to their
emotions, regulating their emotions which in turn allows them to feel more competent and capable within themselves which in turn
plays out in their relationships with other students, their teachers and parents.