Tools for Schools

Human Toolbox Tools for Schools Programme

An eight module visual and experiential programme which can be delivered either in a 1:1 setting or in small nurture groups. Each module comes with slide show and speaker notes, discussion topics, activities and worksheets.

The programme can be delivered to KS2, KS3 and KS4.

As part of a whole school approach the Human Toolbox Tools for Schools Programme comes complete with

  • A parent information session
  • A staff wellbeing session which can be run as a whole day, or a series of twilight sessions
  • A feeder school overview session

Human Toolbox Tools for Schools Practitioner Training

The three day practitioner training comprises:

  • Day 1: The underpinning science, attachment, vital human skills and parenting styles
  • Day 2: What humans do, The Control Tool, The Input Tools, The Back-up Tool
  • Day 3: The Release Tools, The Fuel Tools, The Connect Tools, Graduation.

Human Toolbox Tools for Schools Practitioners should meet the following criteria:

  • Show a willingness to use a facilitative (non-expert) style of working with classes and small groups to enable learning and growth
  • Have good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Feel comfortable using a range of participatory methods to enable children and young people to learn
  • Have an ability to demonstrate anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory practice to create an inclusive teaching environment
  • Have an ability to challenge appropriately and model good group work practice
  • Have an ability to select and develop materials appropriate to specific outcomes and individual learners
  • Be engaging, empowering, enabling and encouraging
  • Have an ability to be reflective and with a commitment to self evaluate and seek help and advice
  • Have a strong belief that children and young people are inherently good and entitled to be heard and supported to grow
  • Have experience of working with a range of learners from diverse backgrounds
  • Have an ability to role-model acceptance, compassion, empathy, forgiveness and kindness
  • Have an ability to laugh, have fun and to connect appropriately and congruently with children and young people
  • Have appropriate knowledge and understanding of safeguarding and child protection policies with the school, academy or organisation
  • A genuine interest in human development, growth and wellbeing


3-day Practitioner Training: £395 per person

Training can be run offsite at our training facility in Bury St. Edmunds, on a third part site close to your school, or in-house. Please contact us if you would like more information.

Note: An individual licence fee of £120 per annum per practitioner is required which can be paid annually or monthly. Discounts are applied for a multiple practitioner whole school licence, and multiple site Academy licenses are available.