Becoming brave and great student workshop

Person on tightrope

Exploring what brave and great actually mean and how to ‘become’ brave and great. 

Each child explores in a fun and interactive way what brave and great is and isn’t, with examples of some recent and historic brave and great people. 

At the end of the lesson they have their own toolkit of how they can be brave and great for the future.

Format:

Suitable for students up to the age of 13 - KS3

Can be used as part of a PSHE programme

 

30 tranPUPIL WORKSHOP END OF YEAR BUDGET SALE

We are offering a 30% discount on any pupil workshop, booked before 31st March 2017 and used anytime during 2017.

Book your School's pupil workshop today.

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