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Girls Self esteem Information

In today’s society, 6 out of 10 girls are concerned with the way they look and as a result will opt out of participating fully in day-to-day activities such as swimming, visiting the doctors and going to school. Moreover, 19% of teenage girls are overweight but 67% think they need to lose weight. Low self-esteem can cause young people to become excluded and disconnected from society, surrender their individuality and fail to recognise their full potential. 

As a result, P.H.O.E.B.E delivers self-esteem workshops every week in local schools across the Ipswich area in order to address the issue of low self-esteem and promote body confidence. 

The workshops are aimed at all young girls, aged 9 – 19 and encourage the girls to develop positive self-esteem through engaging them in a range of different activities which are practical, interactive and engaging.  
ESOL Skills for Life: Entry 2
Tuesday, 18 August 2015
Exam Structure SummarySpeaking & Listening (Oral interview with Trinity examiner) 1. Individual Component (up to 8 mins) Task 1: Exchange of information about daily routine, study, work (up to 3 mins) Task 2: Short account of recent past activity (up to 2 mins) Task 3: Role play – making requests (up to 3 mins) 1. Group Component (up to 10 mins) Task... Read more...
Conversation Cafe
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Learn to speak English while meeting new international friends!It’s more fun to learn while chatting with friends     Meet up for a cafe chat, Learn english while you enjoy your food. Come Have Fun!!! When: Once a Month Time: 11.30 AM to 12:00 PM Where:   CAB, 19 Tower Street, Ipswich, IP1 3BEContact:  01473 231... Read more...
girls information
Thursday, 07 December 2017
In today’s society, 6 out of 10 girls are concerned with the way they look and as a result will opt out of participating fully in day-to-day activities such as swimming, visiting the doctors and going to school. Moreover, 19% of teenage girls are overweight but 67% think they need to lose weight. Low self-esteem can cause young people to become excluded... Read more...
Frequently Asked Questions by Immigrant Women Victims of Domestic Abuse
Friday, 20 April 2018
"You have a right to be free from violence in your own home" PHOEBE has compiled the information from current guidance from the Home Office. For more information, please log on to their website www.gov.uk. What is Domestic Violence? Is your partner (husband, boyfriend, or "ex") extremely jealous and does he discourage you from speaking to friends or... Read more...

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