Autori: Berenice Scandone, Oliver Short, Garaen Flake and Issar Magid Motamedian

Our program uses a solutions-centric approach based on the following key principles:

• Everyone has the resources necessary to find solutions even to the most complicated situations; therefore everyone has the ability to achieve the desired results and fulfill their potential

• Everyone has the resources necessary to find solutions even to the most complicated situations; therefore everyone has the ability to achieve the desired results and fulfill their potential

• Everyone has the resources necessary to find solutions even to the most complicated situations; therefore everyone has the ability to achieve the desired results and fulfill their potential

"It doesn't matter to want, but to want to count." (Paul Arden)

All this is achieved by drawing on the 3P concept:

Generate positive expectations / positive forecasts (start of the session / round up) and recognize past successes and identify possible future objectives (round up). Exercise the creative visualization before and during the development. Exercise relaxation at the end of each session.

Participate in creative and sporting activities - apply Positive Thinking by directing the work to the objectives identified.

Being part of a positive and inclusive community, in which diversity is respected and strengthened.


1st STAGE> DEVELOPING AWARENESS OF HIM AND OTHERS Integrated psychophysical development Development of social and relational skills Self awareness Healthy lifestyle

2nd STAGE> WORKING WELL WITH OTHERS Integrated psychophysical development Development of social and relational skills Self-awareness Healthy lifestyle

3rd STAGE> BUILDING THE TEAM AND LEADERSHIP Integrated psychophysical development Development of social and relational skills Self-awareness

4th STAGE > TOTAL RESULT Show that you understand that participation in sports and creative activities can


Badges exist to recognize positive attitudes and commitment to self-discipline. They are a way to motivate participants to constantly improve in a non-competitive but meritocratic form and in this way to strengthen positive models of self-realization through a reward system.
“Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative. " (Paul Arden)

Badges will be awarded according to three criteria, in line with the 3P Concept: • Positive Thinking: showing awareness of oneself and others
• Positive Action: “Street Style” performance
• Positive Interaction: contributing to an inclusive and supportive community

This can be achieved in the following ways:
• Performance / worthy behavior during the lessons
• Completion of online quizzes on learning materials • Participation in additional courses and events


The basic rules of participation to which everyone must comply will be established at the beginning of the course. The rules include:
• "Do not bring down others"
• "Be supportive"
• "Having a positive attitude"
• "Be brave enough to ask for help when you need it"

The decision of the rules will be established by the "role models" coaches, but the same will be established and approved by the whole class with participation of the whole class. The rules will also be written in a memorandum that will serve as a reminder of appropriate behavior.
Breaking the rules can lead to disciplinary measures such as expulsion from the course.
Since each circumstance is unique, each situation will be assessed and managed in a way that meets the needs and requirements of those involved. The decisions made depend on the considerations made by role model coaches, community youth workers and the rest of the class. The ideal outcome is the individual and, supported by the whole community, is reintegrated into it.


All lessons, regardless of the teaching style and level, will follow the same structure, which includes introduction / heating, central discipline, cooling / round up. This is intended to provide a central activity routine designed to achieve the outcomes of our program. In this frame of work, the exercise will be calibrated to target and involve specific age groups (7-12 years / 13-17 years / 18+ years).

The lessons will be structured as follows:


• "The circle of" what was good? " This is done simply by asking the question when the practitioners are coming or all have arrived. The idea is to stimulate positive introspection in order to cultivate the ability to draw fruit from past experiences.
• Warm-up exercises to increase your heart rate (eg running, trampoline)
• Stretching
• Mobility games related to the discipline. A unique mobility warm-up integrated into our lessons is Slacklining.
It is a tuning tool that allows you to prepare mentally and physically for the main lesson, and brings the following benefits:
- Meditative benefits
- Fitness and flexibility
- Posture, balance and coordination
- Memory improvement


Each discipline has its own specific activities and exercises that vary according to the age and level of the course that develops during the school year, always respecting the objectives already mentioned.


• Relaxation and stretching exercises
• Circle of gratitude - Conducted on the example of "Role Models" coaches, the circle of gratitude provides the group with the opportunity to show gratitude and thank the participating companions. The exercise is designed to cultivate gratitude and improve social relationships and self-confidence within the group
• Guided visualization / breathing exercises


We have created a global online community to upload and share information and content relating to the six street disciplines.
Program participants have their own dedicated space which includes:

• PERSONAL PROFILES - recognition of the objectives achieved, through the system of badges
• PROTECTED REGISTRATION - to have access to additional educational material
• COMMUNITY FORUM - a space where participants can connect and discuss with each other • SEMINARS AND POP-UP EVENTS

In addition to the lessons, we organize concentrated half-day seminars and pop-up events. While some of these focus specifically on the six street disciplines, others will focus on providing participants with stimulating skills and additional knowledge. These appendix activities, seminars, events, presentations and exhibitions are indeed related to our program, but extend beyond the spectrum of the selected street disciplines. These activities may include first aid training, self-hypnosis exercises, mindfulness meditation exercises and speeches on nutritional awareness. All seminars and pop-up events will be open to the public, so that even those who do not participate in the courses can have a taste of their contents, experience the positive environment, learn useful skills and meet new friends.

CAMPUSThe Campus, are the courses during the school holidays. They are designed so that the participants have fun, learn new skills and make new friends in a safe and controlled environment, followed by properly trained staff. These courses keep students engaged in the lessons they are learning in the standard program, and connected to the community they form during regular course work. Through more intensive boot-camp courses, students will have the opportunity to strengthen techniques, skills and personal development during school holidays.


Competitions are organized regularly as a way of celebrating creativity, impulses, commitment and self-improvement. They are open to anyone who wants to participate and represent an opportunity for people who share the same passions to gather and inspire each other. The professionals of each of our chosen disciplines will present the competitions as special guests and members of the public. The events are local. Events concerning a single discipline will take place once a month during the weekend. Larger national events, which include all six disciplines, will be organized twice a year, with a winter session in January and a summer session in July.

Competitions will take place during the afternoon, including an open jam session and short demonstrations where participants can show their skills. The demonstrations will be divided into age groups (under 16 and over 16). In line with our philosophy, our voting system is aimed at celebrating diversity and promoting improvement, rather than focusing on promoting a competitive attitude. Participants will nominate a person in their age group that they think has gone better throughout the day. The guidelines and judgment criteria are:

• Positive Interaction - being supportive of others, creating a motivating environment
• Positive Thinking - imagination, creativity, adaptation, the environment and individual style • Positive Action - technical skill and correct execution.

For each area, the winner is the person who received the highest number of votes. The winners will enjoy a day out in a location selected by role models, which includes a special seminar, with the participation of a special guest. Competitions will be filmed and shared online through our website. All participants will receive a participation badge, to reward and celebrate their intervention, their positive attitude and the desire to express themselves. Those chosen by the classmates as noteworthy based on the previously mentioned criteria will also receive a special badge to recognize achievements in that specific area.


This program will give participants the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the underlying areas. A basic introduction will be made at the beginning of each lesson. The lessons provide technical exercises and key information. Further higher information, videos and content are available online. Participants can decide to consult the material online and take a short quiz that will test their knowledge of the area, thus making themselves worthy of an extra badge. The content available online covers:
• Health and Safety / First Aid
• Introduction to awareness, self hypnosis and therapies focused on solutions
• Improve concentration and overcome anger, anxiety and depression
• Laws and legal boundaries - ethical and pragmatic implications
• Nutritional considerations and dietary awareness

As the project develops and more resources become available, the goal is to include these topics in group seminars that are attended jointly by all participants.