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Our work with 11 - 18 year olds

Our work with 11 – 18 year olds varies from one-off workshops to 8-week life skills courses.

Our one-off workshops can be tailored to your school and can be a on a variety of wellbeing related topics. These are popular with schools as they are fun, interactive and thought-provoking.

In terms of our life skills courses, our experienced instructors are licenced to deliver “I’m the girl I want to be” which is an 8-session course for up to 12 girls which takes them on a journey through issues of self-esteem, body image, fashion, the media, sex and relationships, friendships, dreams and aspirations and much more. It is designed to be a place for girls to share opinions and gives them space to make up their own mind about the issues that affect and interest them every day. Here is the Course Overview and the Leaflet containing more information.

  • "Kate and Clare have been brilliant at creating a safe space for our Y11s to share openly with one another about some of the pressures they face as teenage girls. The students are really enjoying the course, which tackles relevant issues in a creative, entertaining and helpful way. The fact that the students keep coming back when it’s being held in their lunchtime is testimonial to how good it is! We’ll certainly hope to run this regularly as a school – such a helpful way to promote and encourage Wellbeing amongst our students." 

    Hannah Jeffery, Chaplain - Bishop Stopford School Kettering
  • “Engaging, empowering, enjoyable and vital training for our girls. They were buzzing and really enjoyed the session.”

    Steve Flanagan, Head of Sixth Form - The Parker E-ACT Academy Daventry
  • “I would highly recommend Kate; not only was she professional and knowledgeable but her warm manner and personal experiences meant she also connected with pupils. The interactive activities and topical issues covered meant this workshop went well beyond just ‘ticking a box.”

    Elizabeth Guinney, Gifted & Talented Co-ordinator, The Marist Schools Berkshire
  • "I'm the Girl I want to be is already having a positive impact on girls self-esteem, confidence and maturity.  It is providing the girls with strategies to cope with the various pressures of being a teenage girl in 2014."

    Damien Keane
  • “All courses were attended well and the feedback from the students was really positive and so many said how much the sessions had helped them.”

    Pauline Miller, Pastoral & Lead Mentor Post 16 - Bishop Stopford School
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