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Richard

“A brilliant process that gives young people a much greater understanding of their emotions.”

 

Richard Wilkins, UK Minister of Inspiration

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Jonathan

“Remarkable”

 

Professor Jonathan Bradshaw, researcher and global authority on children’s wellbeing, University of York

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Suzanne

“Certainly has a positive impact on children's emotional health. It's well-written and engaging and teaches kids that they can control their own thoughts and emotions. They can identify with Jack and his experiences and learn a valuable lesson in a fun way!”

 

Suzanne Ratcliffe, Teacher

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Laura

“It's an incredibly positive resource, it has broken down barriers. I like the fact that it appeals to boys as well as girls, too many educational materials just don't engage boys and they become disengaged with education. I appreciate that the activity booklet is inclusive of children of all abilities. Writing can be a barrier to some children but the activities are designed to allow all children to participate.”

 

Laurie Wilcox, LEA Literacy and Numeracy Development Officer

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Emma

“Children NEED Jack Cherry and his Juicer in their lives. It had such a positive effect that I even ended up feeling the positive effects! It is definitely a fruity concept that children and practitioners love.”

 

Emma Arnold, Children’s Support Worker

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Anthea

“I love this. It promotes positive mental health. Using it as a resource in key lessons allows the messages to be delivered in a practical way.”

 

Anthea Punter, Teacher