Are you the parent of a teenager or a school looking for support for your pastoral & PSHE teams?
At Teen Tips we offer:- online parenting courses; staff training; talks to be played at parents’ evenings; school visits to talk to pupils, parents & staff; pastoral care consultancy.
To ensure that as many families and schools as possible can benefit from our work we operate a BUY ONE, GIFT ONE scheme.
Every school that purchases one of our pastoral care packages can gift the online element to a maintained school of their choice.
Vice-Principal (Pastoral), Elizabeth College, Guernsey
'Without exception, the parents thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. The feedback I received from all participants was excellent. The day was informative, challenging and reassuring. It is certainly something that Elizabeth College will run again. Alicia combines friendliness with professionalism in the perfect balance. I would have no hesitation about recommending her to colleagues at other schools.'
‘All parents should do this course before launching themselves into their teenage's lives. It's invaluable and you leave with tactics to help create a happy, informed home life with skills to deal with the problems that inevitably come our way’.
‘The four hours ﬂew by. As a Dad of two fantastic and feisty boys (ages 13 and nearly 12), I learnt a great deal about how to tackle their current emotions and to provide the life coaching that they need from me. I now feel much more prepared for what to expect from them as they embrace becoming bonaﬁde teenagers. Fantastic morning!’
Kait Weston, Housemistress
“The workshop was excellent and the time ﬂew by, it was honest and well presented and oﬀered a toolkit of advice for those who live, work and care for teenagers.”
Alex Tate, Deputy Headmaster
St John's School, Leatherhead
Many thanks indeed for delivering the Inset training last week. The focus on spotting mental health issues was a fascinating insight and feedback from staﬀ has been overwhelmingly positive. The session was not only informative but also useful in oﬀering staﬀ tips on how to spot when pupils are struggling with mental health issues so that we can act as soon as possible. The session on Mindfulness allowed staﬀ to understand how and why this has been seen as a way of helping pupils and was exactly what was required to introduce our own programme at St John’s.
Mr C Whitehead
“Alicia should be employed to talk regularly to all teenagers at my daughter’s school. All teenagers should hear this information from parents perspective as well as theirs.”
Headmistress, Hurst Prep School
‘Alicia speaks regularly at Hurstpierpoint College Prep School. She has an intelligent, thought provoking and compassionate approach to parenting and the issues faced particularly when bringing up teenagers. She shares her knowledge and understanding with warmth and gentle humour. I recommend her most highly.’
Mrs K Boswell
“I put a lot of the methods into place 3 weeks ago and the change already has been remarkable.”