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This session uses questioning to help children think for themselves


  • To think differently and creatively
  • To challenge thoughts, beliefs and ideas
  • To build confidence and conversational skills


  • Creative thinking techniques for greater problem-solving and decision making.
  • Increased aspirational thinking.
  • Techniques to challenge set beliefs.


  • This workshop can be delivered as a 60 or 90 minute session
  • Suitable for primary school children.
  • Can be adapted for older groups up to KS.
This session focuses on thinking skills and uses P4C (Philosophy for children) inquiry techniques to enable students to think deeply about school, resilience, aspirations and goals.
This session not only helps children to aspire, but also encourages them to think about how to realise their aspirations and goals and to cope with the knock-backs and difficulties life throws at us.

This session uses questioning to help children think for themselves about their future, manage their own thinking and challenges them to think differently.

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