There is so much to celebrate about teenagers but as they push for independence and experiment with their identities, there is bound to be drama along the way.
If we understand why they do what they do and how best to respond, we can minimise conflict and help them become happy, confident, world-ready adults.
That’s why we’re here. That’s why thousands of parents and teachers join our talks, training and parenting club.
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Sally Parra – Head of The Speaker Programme / Wellbeing Team
Latymer Upper School
It was a fantastic talk … I have sat in many, many talks on wellbeing. This was by far the best talk we have ever had on this topic and I’m most grateful.
A Unique Collaboration For Pupil Wellbeing
We’re delighted to be working in collaboration with STEER, creators of the ground-breaking AS Tracking.
Jointly, we’re bringing schools, colleges and parents a unique, combined offering, putting the pupil voice at the heart of pastoral care so children are heard, supported and can thrive.Find Out More
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Teenagers and Love Island
Do you worry about what your teenagers are watching? Many teenagers are rushing home each night to catch the latest gossip from the dating reality show Love Island. Alicia discusses the impact of the show on teenage mental health and wellbeing.