As parents we are always looking for effective ways to help our children do their best at school and in their activities and hobbies.
We've developed these programmes to help you enjoy these same benefits.
Have a look at the common childhood challenges below to choose the programme to best help your child.
Are you are struggling to decide which to choose?
Look for the characteristics your child has had the longest.
Remember if you have an angry or anxious little character you should start with our Foundation Hatch Programmes HERE
Our 12 week progressive Teal Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they have problems with their handwriting. These kids often struggle with their hand /eye co-ordination which means their handwriting often suffers. Your child's school may have also suggested extra practice with their writing or pen control.
They may also have some of the following traits:
Are very messy eaters
Struggle with their grip on everyday objects which makes them seem clumsy
Our 12 week progressive Turquoise Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they can't sit still and struggle to concentrate. This can lead to problems in the classroom where their work may suffer.
They may also have shown some of the following characteristics:
They find many things in their environment irritating or overwhelming.
Our 12 week progressive Raspberry Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they struggle with total body control. This shows itself in things such as being unable to ride a bike easily or climb trees/playground equipment.
They may also show other signs such as:
Have lots of energy but are not sporty kids
Are a toe walker( walk easily on their toes rather than putting their heels down)
Suffer with travel sickness
Struggle to copy from the board and has to spend time catching up at school
Our 12 week progressive Purple Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they tend to slump and struggle to control their posture. They often prefer to do their school work lying down or even standing up rather than seated.
They may also have shown some of the following attributes:
Struggles to copy from a board
Covers one eye to help them focus
Is easily overwhelmed
Is a "w" sitter
Finds swimming difficult
Is a messy eater
Struggle to organise their written work methodically