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Self-esteem education and development


The Self esteem workshops are held every week.
For more details please contact P.H.O.E.B.E.
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Contact No : 01473 231 566

Phoebe helps 9-19 years old girls with self-esteem workshops to build body confidence.We are excited to offer a range of teaching resources workshops for middle and high school girls,to build their self esteem,realise their full potential and leadership by overcoming beauty related pressures.

Our workshop is fun, interactive, engaging and empowering and helping girls become confident.Boosting self esteem can improve mental health.
Believe in yourself - you are unique 

Our workshop includes:
Health and Wellbeing

 This activity is about looking at how physical activity can be used to release emotional energy.
 It isn’t about taking up a new sport or becoming an athlete.
 It’s about understanding that every woman experiences emotions, and there are lots of positive ways to let off steam

Pack it

 This activity is designed to help girls think about food in a different way. 
  It looks at how food is created and sold to us to appeal to our emotions as much as our taste buds. 
 Girls will have great fun not just creating their own new food, but also creating packaging that will make it sell.

Hollywood Hands
 This activity helps girls see themselves as individuals, and celebrates their uniqueness.
 Two aspects affecting girls’ self-esteem are: The changes that occur to their bodies and minds during puberty and the development of their identities as they become adults

Mind over matter
 One way to build self-confidence and self-esteem is by setting realistic goals. 
 This activity encourages girls to look at things they want to achieve and provides them with a technique to help them reach their goals.

Pamper Session-Beautiful Skin
 This activity is about learning to talk about spots and skin. It isn’t about looking at each girl to see how good her complexion is.
 It’s about understanding that skin changes throughout our lives and how to recognise healthy and unhealthy changes. 
 It is also about looking at skincare products and considering if they work.

Culture Caltwalk
 This activity is about looking at what is considered beautiful around the world.
 It can have a very positive effect on girls’ self-esteem to realise that the standards of beauty that they live with are not the standards of beauty that someone else live with.
 Looking at how beauty is ‘defined’ globally can also help them to celebrate diversity

Mould Me Pretty
 This activity is about understanding who defines beauty and how that impacts our body image.
 It isn’t about who’s had cosmetic surgery. 
 It’s about understanding that we’re all exposed to unrealistic body images that are used to define beauty – and this can have an effect on us.

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To attend: Please register here by clicking on the following link.  REGISTRATION__CONSENT_FORM.docx
(Please download and return registration and consent form by post to 19 Tower Street, Ipswich,IP1 3BE or by email to:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

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