We want the next generation to grow up confident. Our Confident Me resources help schools deliver self-esteem workshops for young people.
Self-esteem affects young people in so many different ways, especially at school. Studies show that children who are body confident are more likely to contribute in class, more likely to make stable friendships and more likely to reach their academic potential. Whereas children with low self-esteem are less likely to raise their hand, share their opinion, and interact both socially and in the classroom, and therefore may not perform as well overall at school.
So, building self-esteem and confidence in students is vital for inspiring them to dream big, overcome adversity, and to help them feel at home socially in their school environment.
Specially designed for teens, our Confident Me self-esteem workshops are evidence-based for extra peace of mind. This means that every lesson is designed to make a difference. Addressing key topics, including the impact of society, professional and social media on appearance ideals, Confident Me is here to be a key part of children’s support networks. With every session, they give teachers strategies and tips to boost self-esteem in students and help the next generation grow up confident.