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A programme of webinars and talks for pupils in years 5 - 13

Sessions cover a range of topics and are live and interactive, with quizzes, polls and chat, to make sure everyone feels involved. Scroll through the list, and let us know if there are other topics you'd like to see.

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Setting Yourself Up For Success

For 10-17-year-olds

Exams are an inevitable part of school life, and whilst they might not be much fun, with the right approach they needn’t feel threatening or overwhelming. In this talk we will look at how we can set ourselves up for exam success. We will explore why moderate stress is helpful for performance, how to overcome the resistance many of us feel when faced with hours of revision, how to remain motivated through the process, and how to manage our autonomic nervous system so that we walk into the exam hall feeling powerful and ready for action.

Respect, Relationships and Gender Based Violence

Years 11-13

The aim of this talk to give pupils a clear understanding of what constitutes healthy and unhealthy relationships. It explores gender-based violence and considers the spectrum of behaviours which come under the heading. It considers how social media, the press, societal messages and pornography have contributed to the toxic culture of GBV and explores ways to change this culture to one of respect.


Years 5 – 9

This talk explores the qualities that make us resilient – guts, resourcefulness, imagination, and tenacity – GRIT. It looks at how we can build and grow GRIT to give ourselves the best chance of succeeding in all areas of life, and encourages young people to adopt them.

Transition To Senior School

Year 6 & Year 8

Entering the larger environment of senior school will feel both exciting and daunting for most children. This talk is designed to help them feel confident about the move, to get them thinking about first impressions, and to give them strategies to make informed choices in the more adult world they will inhabit.

Friendships & Interpersonal Skills

Years 5 – 9

In this talk we look at what makes friendships and groups work, why difference is important, the fine line between banter/teasing and bullying, why being an upstanders matters, how to view friendship issues with perspective, regain calm when buttons are pushed, resolve fallouts, and avoid unnecessary drama.

Bullies & Bystanders

Years 7 – 9

This talk considers self-esteem and its role in relationships. It looks at the difference between banter and bullying, the different ways bullying happens, the role of bystanders, outsiders, reinforcers and assistants, and what we can do to stop bullying.

Teens & Screens

Years 6 – 10

This talk helps young people understand the positive and negative impact of their online activity. It looks at false images, the impact of sexting, how social media use can increase anxiety, cyber bullying, why social media and gaming are addictive, and digital footprints. The talk is designed to challenge, inform, and help young people create healthy boundaries online.

Understanding Adolescence

Years 7 – 9

This talk gives young teenagers a clear understanding of the cognitive and developmental drives of adolescence, and the effect that these might have on their thoughts, feelings and behaviour so that they are better equipped to deal with the stresses and strains of adolescence.

The Parrot Talk

Years 7 – 10

Looks at teenage risk taking and ability to weigh up outcome and gives them strategies to keep themselves safe when faced with all the new choices and pressures that they will encounter. This talk covers the content of Alicia’s book, Why Every Teenager Needs a Parrot, from a teenage perspective

Social Skills for Life

Years 7 – 13

Top of the list of abilities required for the job markets of the future is social skills. This talk explores listening, assertiveness, giving & receiving feedback; managing difficult interactions, as well as strategies to start conversations and become effective communicators.

Setting Up for Exam Success

Years 8 – 13

This talk looks at good and bad stress and gives students tools so that they can use stress to improve their performance rather than being hijacked by it. It explores self-motivation and self-sabotage and how to adopt a growth mindset to enhance performance. It looks at how changing body language can change confidence levels, and how to remain calm and focussed under exam pressure.

Managing the Stresses of Life

Years 8 – 13

This talk is designed to promote self-awareness and self-management skills to build emotional resilience. We will explore techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and neuroscience which young people can use to help themselves This is particularly important in today’s world where too many of us have constant low levels of the stress hormones in our systems leading to serious long term health problems.

Listening Skills for Peer Mentors

Years 8 – 13

Explores why active listening helps people manage their emotions and gives pupils tools to become effective listeners. It also explores the boundaries and safety aspects of the listening relationship.

Role Modelling

Years 8 – 13

This talk explores the important role that senior students have as role models for younger pupils. It looks at why and how they are in a unique position to influence the behaviour of juniors, and to set a tone within the school that encourages respect, healthy relationships and good decision making.


Years 9 – 13

This talk looks at the impact of the teenage brain on relationships. It explores the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships; the legal, social, and emotional implications of sexting and pornography and the importance of consent.

Post GCSE Summer

Year 11

Post GCSE parties and festivals seem to have become a rite of passage and this talk will give them the knowledge to negotiate their newfound freedom safely. It also explores activities to get involved in that will build their resilience and stand them in good stead when

Change is something we humans often find difficult, but few changes are as seismic as leaving school. This talk helps pupils develop self-esteem, self-efficacy, self-awareness, and self-management so that they can feel confident moving into the next phase of life.

it comes to UCAS forms and the job market.

Life After School

Year 13

Change is something we humans often find difficult, but few changes are as seismic as leaving school. This talk helps pupils develop self-esteem, self-efficacy, self-awareness, and self-management so that they can feel confident moving into the next phase of life.

The Desert Island Disc Effect

Year 13

A talk to inspire sixth formers and give them insight into what makes for a successful life. The talk considers life after school; encourages them to think outside the box; to realise the importance of taking responsibility for their choices and decisions; to understand the mindset and habits of successful people.

Respect & Parties

Year 11-13

This talk looks at relationships and respect with particular emphasis on pornography, consent, parties, spiking, and how to stay safe.

Why Wellbeing Matters

All Ages

This talk looks at the mental health spectrum. The factors effecting mental health, the red flags to watch out for, and what we can do to boost our wellbeing.

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