WHAT IS SECRET AGENT SOCIETY?
SECRET AGENT SOCIETY (SAS) SMALL GROUP PROGRAM IS A BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAM FOR CHIlDREN AGED BETWEEN 8 AND 12 TO IMPROVE THEIR SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SKILLS.
It was created by Australian clinical psychologist, Dr Renae Beaumont, and is regarded as one of the most successful programs of its kind in the world.
SAS features gamified learning through animated 'secret agent' SAS Digital Headquarters (SAS Digital HQ), Helpful Thought Zapper game, Challenger Board Game, and Secret Message Transmission Device game.
The entire program has been designed to captivate kids while they learn new social emotional skills in a fun way.
At the end of the SAS Small Group program, your junior detective will graduate as a ‘secret agent’, armed with the social and emotional tools they need to continue their work in the real world. They learn how to:
- Recognize emotions in themselves and others
- Express feelings in appropriate ways
- Talk and play with others
- Solve friendship problems and
- Cope with change and deal with bullying.
PARENTS AND SCHOOLS ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE GROUP PROGRAM and access resources and support to help young ‘secret agents’ develop and practise new skills.
This level of support across home and school is one of the reasons why SAS is so successful.