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The Confidence Series

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Delivery Partner

University of Kent

Dates

TBC with school

Times

TBC with school

Year Groups

9, 10

Delivery style

Face to Face - in school, Face to Face - on campus

Group size

2 Groups Per School (15 Max Per Group)

Duration

A Few Hours Per Workshop

Part of a series

Yes

About the activity

This series of activities is designed for students who lack self-confidence, which may prevent them from reaching their full potential in the classroom. In-school workshops are followed by a visit to our Canterbury campus. The details for this are listed below.

In-school activities:

  • Confidence in the Classroom – Students are encouraged to feel confident in their skill development and notice how these skills could be used in their classroom/studies. Students plan, organise and communicate to complete team tasks, using skills in teamwork, planning, organisation, and communication. They consider how they might use and develop these skills over the next two/three years in preparation for their GCSEs.
  • Confidence in Managing Emotions – This activity is designed to enable students to recognise what triggers negative emotions and develop positive, healthy behaviours to help them manage their own emotions related to academic performance.

Campus visit:

  • Confidence in Communication – Students explore the shifting nature of communication in today’s world, the role of the media in communicating to the public, and the key features of effective communication in two academic disciplines.

Subject areas

English
Wellbeing

Activity themes

Develop Self-Awareness
Understand and Develop Academic Knowledge and Soft Skills

Gatsby benchmarks

7. Encounters with further and higher education

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