A recorded session packed full of light hearted advice, role models and inspiration.
Created for 11-14 year old girls.
Suitable for everyone.
It is a question we ask all the guests on our membership for girls 11-14 years old.
What would you say to your younger self? What words would have helped you at this time?
Join us, with your daughter, to find out more about the importance of role models and the advice of three special guests by signing up for a 30 minute recording of our 'Advice to my teenage self' assembly which went live into classrooms up and down the country in July.
"All the children are asleep and I watched the video. I cried at the end. Purely because I do wish I had the opportunity to watch such things myself that age. I can’t wait for her to watch this. We are going to subscribe and this can be a lovely outlet for her.
What you are doing is truly inspiring and life changing for these young minds"
Mary, parent of 11 year old girl
Who are The HOW People?
Our mission is to support young people, particularly young teenage girls, to navigate their early teen years. Placing role models, life skills and good mental health at the core of all we do to help them thrive.
Guests on this workshop are:
The HOW People's online membership offering support and community for girls 11-14 years old will re-open soon.Click to register
Co founders are Jo and Polly. Jo is a GP, life coach and mum of 4 including 2 teenagers so sees the issues with confidence, anxiety and mental health along with the need for role models who aren't parents and aren't teachers first hand. Polly is a Mum of two, and a teen mentor who brings together her skills in leadership, building inclusive communities and interactive presentations with infectious enthusiasm.
Alongside their digital community for teenage girls they deliver assemblies, workshops and a full programme of sessions into Year 6 classrooms with their team including Emma Clift who is brilliant Year 7 tutor and PSHE teacher in secondary schools and Jo Williams is a psychotherapist with years of experience working with teenagers.
Do drop us an email for anymore information [email protected]