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Give your child the toolkit to build their confidence, manage their emotions and develop friendships

Fun, online and in-person learning for 3-13 year olds delivered by friendly, experienced mentors
Your child will be able to manage their emotions
Coping with the ups and downs of life through simple strategies such as the use of a worry jar.
Boy smiling while online with role models and class.
Boy presents to class.
They will have the confidence to try new things
Ensuring they make the most of life’s opportunities using tools such as De Bono’s thinking hats; used for spotting opportunities where others see only problems.
They will form deeper friendships
Learning the importance of empathy and how to use it helps the learners connect with others.

Through guided role play, they learn to talk about their passion points & be authentic, helping them 'find their tribe'.
Children working together.

Our curriculum

In-person curriculum pdf.
View in-person curriculum
Online curriculum pdf.
View online curriculum

How it works

All content developed by our in-house experts
Our education team has 25+ years of teaching and coaching experience.

They've crafted the content so that you'll see small changes almost immediately and a transformation over time.
Louise Treherne and Laura Kay are our education team.
3 of our inspirational role models.
Mentors who really care
Our highly experienced team of Role Models are passionate about both education and social & emotional wellbeing.

They’re energetic, engaging, and curious. Adept at combining educational rigour with fun, to create environments that children love.
Summary email after every session
Parents receive an email after every class, with a summary of the session and advice on how to embed the learning at home.
A snippet of an example end-of-session email.

Read what children and parents have to say

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"I have boosted my confidence and tried things out of my comfort zone!"

- Charlotte, Aged 10

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"I was a little bit nervous and I thought it would be boring but it was amazing!"

- Kamron, Aged 10





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"It took no more than half a session for my daughter to love the class and the teacher. She is always happy and excited to attend the next class and I can easily tell the difference it makes to her view for herself and others."

- Maro, (Parent of Daphne, aged 8)

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"My child loved the course! The instructor was thoughtful, engaging, and took our child's needs and mindset into consideration"

- Anna, (Parent of Frankie, aged 7)

Active in 40 countries
Parents rate us 4.8/5 stars
12,000+ learners

Frequently asked questions

Why choose us?
  • In-house curriculum developed by expert educators Louise Treherne and Laura Kay
  • Long-term impact. Skills embedded through follow up activities and top tips for whole family for permanent mindset shift
  • Active learning with practical application at its core
  • Role Models is accredited by the Association of Character Education
  • Entrusted by 50+ schools and 12,000 + parents to enhance their children’s social and emotional wellbeing
  • Fun, highly trained coaches who really care
  • Role Models is the only provider offering a live, interactive experience for social & emotional wellbeing for children.
Who teaches the content?
  • Highly experienced team of Role Models who are passionate about both education and social & emotional wellbeing. Meet Brigid.
  • They’re energetic, engaging and curious. They’re adept at combining educational rigour with fun, to create active learning environments that children love
  • All have gone through a rigorous recruitment and training process and are reference and DBS checked
Is online learning right for my child?
  • The course is broken into short and varied segments ranging between videos/stories, discussion, games and activity sheets so it’s always engaging and fun
  • Unlike your school lockdown experience, our content and delivery style is designed especially for online learning and incorporates a range of digital learning tools such as virtual escape rooms
  • A maximum of 9 children per online class.
  • The content is tailored to the specific ages of the children, so it will be appropriate to their needs and what they can cope with
How should I explain this to my child?
What will be the impact on my child?

Parents report that children who attend our sessions and courses start to display one or more of the following behaviours:

  • ‘Thinking innovatively to solve problems for everyday situations’
  • ‘Ability to review and reflect on situations openly’
  • ‘Identify big feelings and ability to self-regulate emotions’
  • ‘Change in how they handle conflict’
  • ‘Acting on issues that bother them with confidence’

Don’t take our word for it, see what our children and parents think:

  • ‘9.6 out of 10 children enjoyed the classes’
  • ‘9 out of 10 of parents feel these skills will help their children in the future’
  • See our 2021 impact report
  • See more reviews

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