Workshops for girls: a fun and informative few hours with other girls exploring a topic like exams, periods, romance, or the highs and hassles of being a teen
A special mother-daughter day with your group
Seminars for everyone who cares about girls growing up strong
Sunday 3rd December 2017
2pm — 5pm
anyone who’s started
Want to know what day to expect your period? And whether you’ll be bleeding on holiday or during exams?
Even out the changes in your mood. Feel more in control.
Cramps, spots, tiredness, irritability, weepiness, can all be made more manageable.
Come along and share what you already know works for you and learn some more.
Friday 23rd February 2018
5 — 8pm
This workshop will help you to do your best but not get too stressed. You’ll learn revision techniques that really work and tools that you can use whenever there’s something challenging in life.
“I couldn’t quite get down to my revision. This motivated me but not with guilt.”
“I’ve got rid of that nagging feeling like I should always be doing more work.”
“Exams used to mean not being able to sleep, eating wrong, and feeling stressed — it’s not so bad now.”
“Even though it was about exams, it was fun.”
“This will be useful whenever I’m stressed out, not just at exams.”
Sunday 10th June 2018
10am — 1pm
14-16 or 16-18 years
What you really need to know if you want to be in a good relationship. A morning of relaxed, honest, open talking but no pressure to discuss anything you don’t want to. A light-hearted, serious, fun session.
Sunday 23rd September 2018
10am — 1pm
We’ll explore what’s good about being in your teens and what’s rubbish. You’ll depict what you don’t like and ditch it. Then we’ll celebrate the good stuff. You’ll feel great by the end.
£100 per mother-daughter pair
Gather a group of mothers and their daughters to spend a day together. This session can cover whatever you feel is most needed within your group: preparing for puberty, learning about periods, navigating social media, growing up strong… We finish by honouring the special bond that mothers and daughters share.
We want our girls to emerge from their teens as strong as they went in. Kim presents key information from her book to support parents, carers and teachers in guiding our girls safely through their adolescence. This presentation can be to a large assembly or in a smaller participatory workshop style. Please get in touch if you would like to invite Kim.