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

Fun live online classes for 3–13 year olds

Delivered by friendly, experienced mentors
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Online curriculum pdf.

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Testimonials

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"She was totally engaged the whole time"

- Charlotte, Parent
- Online Brilliant Me Course

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"My 8 year old daughter is introverted in some situations. Through this class, she was able to identify her interpersonal characters well and she had a lot of fun"

- Katrina, Parent

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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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