Evidence

Check out the Independent External Evaluations below

Fullpower Healthy Relationships

Several Independent evaluations found that the programme was of high quality, easy to follow and enjoyable for students.

  • Educators and parents liked the easy application
  • Consistent behaviour change was achieved
  • It is appropriate to New Zealand and Pacific cultures
  • A real need is met
  • It worked for people with autism

For the full reports, see

Kidpower

Kidpower NZ was independently evaluated in the Children and Youth Services Review, 2014, 44.
They found that our intervention uses best practices in risk-reduction and prevention, participation predicted greater increases in safety knowledge across domains, safety knowledge increases were generally maintained at both post-tests, and both students and teachers reported the program to be successful and helpful!

This success is based on the carefully developed, Skills First for Safety, strength-based, step-by-step Kidpower Positive Practice™ teaching method and approach used since 1987.