Schools Programme: The Know HOW

OPEN TO BUY 3rd DECEMBER


Live sessions and learning resources teaching the building blocks and life skills to enter secondary school and teenage life

We help you prepare your Year 6 pupils for the fast, evolving, digital world that lies ahead

 
 

"The HOW People are encouraging positive habits as early as possible to improve the wellbeing of our children as they grow into teenagers."

"A proactive approach rather than us just reacting to a specific problem developing further down the line such as low self esteem, friendship issues and body image issues."

"Developing a tool box of life skills for young people."

 
 

The Know HOW is a comprehensive programme of modules for Year 6 students that helps develop their health and wellbeing, relationships and how they deal with the wider world.

Offering exciting, new content for Year 6 teachers under these areas of the National Curriculum (England) and The Curriculum for Wales (starting 2022): Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) subjects, health and wellbeing plus digital competence, social media and broader life skills.

These online modules are brilliantly delivered by Emma Clift, an experienced Year 7 tutor, drama teacher and PSHE teacher in secondary schools.

The course has been designed by our Know HOW team at The HOW People which includes an experienced GP and a psychotherapist. 

This programme offers a wealth of content to help develop healthy, confident individuals who are ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.

Our live lessons and learning material will help deliver the Health and Wellbeing : Area of learning experience. Structured to include cross curricular skills plus integral skills of creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving, personal effectiveness, planning, organising and decision making. 

Who are the team behind this course?

Emma Clift 

Year 7 tutor/PSHE teacher, drama teach
er and part time actress. Emma delivers all these sessions in a fun, engaging way.

Polly Crook 

Co founder of The HOW People, teen mentor and design and branding queen. Making slides and learning resources fun and practical.

Joanna Williams 

The HOW People's resident psychotherapist specialising in young people. Jo has helped bring together the content within this course.

Dr Jo Watkins

An experienced GP, mum of 4, and co-founder of The HOW People. Jo has structured the content to cover the wellbeing needs of young people.

Why is this so important? 

 

Are we really doing all we can to prepare our pupils for the fast moving world they are entering? 

Could we be teaching these important life skills in a different, more engaging way? 

The statistics around the rise in anxiety, stress and mental health problems in our young people were staggering even before the pandemic was thrown in.

There is a crisis in young people's mental health. 

Early intervention and building a tool box of coping mechanisms is key rather than letting things spiral.

We need to better prepare our children for a new, evolving, digital world with its challenges for our young people. Building confidence, teaching life skills and covering the important elements for the transition to secondary school.

Everything is very different from the world our teachers and educators were born into, however
The HOW People are here to help you!

Everything is so quick to change. The ways we communicate, learn and work.

The world is evolving.

Our children need us to connect the knowledge, show them how to adapt to these changes and apply it to the new world we live in.

We want to help create informed, curious, creative, confident, enterprising, socially and environmentally responsible young people of the future. 

What does the programme look like? 

 

The Know HOW Programme consists of three modules throughout the academic year with additional teaching resources. You can also access these sessions live or on playback to fit into your school week.


1. Health and wellbeing
Recorded: 5 lessons plus 30 downloadable learning resources

2. Relationships
Live: Starts February 4th 

3. Living in the wider world
Live: Starts May 6th 

What are my options when booking opens
on 3rd December? 

Module 1: Recorded

£197

Module 1: Health and Wellbeing (recorded sessions)

  • £397 £197
  • Content: Module 1 recorded
  • Module 1: How to be a worry warrior, self confidence and body confidence, sleep and mindfulness, nutrition, exercise, adventure and the outdoors
  • 5 x 45 minute recorded sessions for Year 6 classrooms 
  • 30 bespoke, designed learning resources (Module 1 only)
  • Module 1 recorded parents session (45 minutes)
OPEN TO BUY 3rd DECEMBER

Full programme: Pop up sale

£597

Module 2+3 LIVE plus Module 1 recorded

  • £997 £497
  • Content: Module 1 recorded. Module 2 and 3 full live and recorded content
  • Module 1: How to be a worry warrior, self confidence and body confidence, sleep and mindfulness, nutrition, exercise, adventure and the outdoors
  • 5 x 45 minute recorded sessions for Year 6 classrooms 
  • 30 bespoke, designed learning resources (Module 1 only)
  • Module 1 recorded parents session (45 minutes)
  • All 3 Modules
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • At least 25 printable learning resources per module
  • Starting February 4th
    Module 2: Relationships
  • Healthy friendships, kindness and positivity, connecting with others, coping with conflict, boundaries and consent
  • Live sessions on 4th, 11th February plus 4th, 11th and 18th March
  • Parents session Monday 14th March 7pm
  • Starting May 6th
    Module 3: Living in the wider world 
  • Smart phones and social media, environmental issues, diversity, coping with life changes and entrepreneurship
  • Live sessions on 6th, 13th, 20th May plus 3rd and 10th June
  • Parents 'Moving on up' session Monday 4th July 7pm focused on moving up to senior school
  • BONUS 'Moving on up' live session on 1st July 
  • BONUS Graduation ceremony 8th July with 'I've got The Know HOW' printable resources
OPEN TO BUY 3rd DECEMBER

Who are The HOW People? 

 

THIS COURSE IS AVAILABLE FOR SCHOOLS TO PURCHASE AT ANY TIME FOR £997


Doors open for a 2 week period on 3rd December to buy this course for 2 weeks at the reduce rate of £497.

The first 20 schools who sign up will get a fixed price for the next academic year. 

Please email [email protected] and we can jump on a phone call anytime if you are interested in joining and have questions.

The Know HOW Programme will ONLY be offered to children in Year 6 over 2021/2022 

Module 1: Health and wellbeing (recorded)

Module 2: Relationships
Starts February 4th 

Module 3: Living in the real world
Starts May 6th 


Sessions include friendships, relationships, body confidence, digital wellbeing, environmental issues, nutrition, sleep, exercise, positivity, goal setting and entrepreneurship. 

By delivering these modules to Year 6, we ensure that we are encouraging positive habits as early as possible to improve their wellbeing as they become teenagers.

This programme is built around a proactive approach rather than us just reacting to a specific problem developing further down the line such as low self esteem, friendship issues and body image issues. Developing a tool box of life skills. 

Each pupil from schools on the annual programme will graduate during a special online ceremony on the 4th July with a certificate to show that they have gained The Know HOW to embrace their real selves, thrive in any situation and move forward confidently and independently into the next stage of their lives. 

 

 If you are a parent, a local business or a charity and would like to gift this opportunity to your local school, please get in touch with your school and share this information. If you have any questions then drop us an email [email protected] and we can arrange a chat on the phone if you prefer.

What do the teachers think?


*30 day money back guarantee. If you aren't happy with what we provide for your classrooms we will refund you, no questions asked.*

What do others say about
The HOW People?

Kate Toon
Award-winning misfit entrepreneur who works globally with small businesses and big brands on their online presence

'I am really excited about your business guys. You are doing great things. We need your membership for boys too, quickly, so it is brilliant you are taking this into schools in the UK'

Amanda Morgan Thomas 
Business mentor, coach and parent of 1 girl and 2 teenage boys

"Looking back at my time transitioning to high school - I was lost. A careers teacher got us to take a quiz. I was fire'man' or career advisor. Possibly newsreader. And then I was sent packing. Luckily for me my family introduced me to work (Saturday jobs) at the age of 13 and were always taking me out to meet their pals (what, again, boring!) so I developed a good idea of what grown ups 'did'. However...if The HOW People had been in my life - I think I would have been braver. Full stop.  

I've seen kids on the HOW Inspire programme have a genuine light bulb moment when they listen to role models from soil scientists and sport professionals, vets to entomologists.

Widening our social connections to broaden our view of the world is critical. We all know this. At a time when many of our wings have been clipped by a global pandemic and central education budgets are squeezed tighter and tighter too.  

Teenage life is still as loaded with questions, hormones, emotions and dilemmas as it was all those years ago. But then multiply all that by TECH. 

HOW Inspire bridges the gap of what a school curriculum CAN teach and what all kids NEED exposure to and support with."

Jess Childs Probert
Children's author and founder of 'Big issues for little people'

"I don't know a woman alive who didn't find the journey from childhood to womanhood a challenge in some way or another, and the insecure teenager in me definitely wishes The HOW People were around in my day. 

In a world where social media dominates and real life role models can be thin on the ground, The HOW People programmes offer a tangible way we can try and to stay true to our kids in the trickiest of times.

These are the skills and experiences we should absolutely be sharing and hearing about in schools and across youth culture today."

Trudy Goldsack
Director of Esantee Limited and parent of two teenage girls

"My daughters have both benefited hugely from their involvement with the HOW Inspire membership. 

The calls are delivered with such warmth and kindness and I truly feel that the girls can't help feeling inspired and motivated to do and be things that maybe they hadn't really thought about before.

I am passionate about the happiness and wellbeing of children and keen to open the door to new opportunities for them all, so I am delighted to hear they are opening up to schools. Giving opportunities that I simply didn't have when I was a teenager. The HOW People are a perfect fit for that and long may they continue to grow and provide such massively important tools for schools, tweens, teenagers and their parents. The HOW People - you rock!"