Next free parent webinar:

Letting Go of Perfectionism

Tuesday 26th September 7:30 - 8:30pm

A webinar led by Louise Treherne and Frances Waller, exploring the essential skills and attributes young people must cultivate in order to learn how to let go of perfectionism.

What you'll learn

Frances will unpack 10 practical strategies for parents that will help their children let go of perfectionism.

This webinar will cover:

- What is perfectionism?
- Is it always a bad thing?
- What can I say and how can I respond to my child to help them let go of their perfectionist tendencies?

Who is the content for

  • Parents, guardians and carers.

  • Ideas shared are relevant for children aged 4-13.

Open Q&A

  • After the 45 minute webinar there is an Open Q&A

  • Send us your questions in advance when you register!

"I was impressed by last night’s webinar – Louise broached a subject which one always feel should be intuitive (and therefore is all the harder to bear when it doesn’t turn out as it might) with real thought and sensitivity. I can see your ten tips playing well with parents at our school and will be sharing the recording. Thank you for the work that you and Frances do."

- Mr W Silk, Deputy Head at Perrot Hill School

Your Hosts

Louise Treherne

Director of Character Education

Louise uses her experience as a deputy head teacher and a qualified coach to create the content for our life skills products.

She develops new and exciting ways to help children explore our four key areas of collaboration, resilience, creativity and leadership, in order to be the best version of themselves.

View Louise's profile

Frances Waller

Education Team Executive

Frances is a teacher for 13 years, Frances has worked in both the state and independent sectors in London, Leeds, and internationally in Shanghai. She has a wealth of experience teaching children from ages 3 to 11 and has recently completed an MSc in Psychology.

View Frances' profile

All our previous webinars

Watch back our September webinar in full

Laura Kay and Brigid Shine hosted the Role Model's webinar on "How to help your child manage big feelings".

This free parent webinar explored 10 strategies to support you child to manage 'big feelings' such as sadness, anxiety, jealousy and anger.

"Really really fantastic talk. I was tired and stuck it on in the background and then found it fascinating! Everything resonated! Great for our family and for my work (local GP)! Thank you!" - Dr Lucy R

Watch back our November webinar in full

Laura Kay and Frances Waller explored how to build a resilient family in the modern world.

  • Why resilience is such an important skill to foster in your family in 2022.

  • What it means to be resilient.

  • Ways to develop resilience.

  • How embedding resilience can support your family.

Watch back our January webinar in full

Laura Kay hosted the Role Model's webinar on "How to build resilience in neurodiverse children".

A 45 minute online talk exploring how to build resilience and confidence in children with neurologically different minds.

Watch back our March webinar in full

Frances Waller and Lewis Keens explored how to build confidence in young chlldren.

  • Why confidence is such an important skill to develop in formative years.

  • What it means to be confident.

  • Ways to develop confidence.

Watch back our May webinar in full

A webinar led by Louise Treherne and Frances Waller, exploring the essential skills and attributes young people must cultivate in order to foster lasting friendships with others.

  • Promote healthy relationships in children.

  • Upskill your child with the tools to navigate peer conflict.

  • Understand the benefits of a 'growth mindset'.

✋ School leaders

Ofsted recommends that schools "seek to engage parents and their community thoughtfully and positively in a way that supports pupils’ education"

(Ofsted Guidance for Schools, 2022).

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We are passionate about equipping educators and parents alike with the tools to enhance the social and emotional wellbeing of all pupils and help them fulfil their academic potential.