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School Pupil Workshop

Becoming brave and great

A fun high-energy session which teaches young people about being brave and confident in their abilities.

Aims

  • To deliver a high energy and fun session
  • Develop sense of confidence and self-belief
  • Reduce levels of stress and anxiety

Outcomes

  • Inspired aspirational thinking
  • Developed skills around being brave
  • Children are more confident in their abilities

Additional

  • Suitable for students up to the age of 13 - KS3
  • Can be used as part of a PSHE programme
  • This workshop can be delivered as a 60 or 90 minute session

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.


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What an exceptional and captivating presenter. We all got dragged on a journey of brave historical characters. The children were fully enthralled and have been using the range of strategies to become more confident and empowered in their learning.
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