What we Do

How our superheroes support children’s emotional wellbeing?

THE SUPERHERO SERIES is designed to help children discover and strengthen their inner superpowers.  The Superpowers are confidence, bravery, self-belief, focus and many more.

We help children develop a positive mental attitude and support their mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Along the journey, children will discover and practise how to activate their 5 specialised Superheroes that live in the imagination.  Once activated, the Superheroes have strategies to reduce anxiety, manage stress and anger, boost confidence and self-esteem, boost resilience and learn how to face the many challenges in daily life. 

They also have strategies to expose the secret undercover villain agents.  The villains are responsible for negative thoughts and feelings.  The Superheroes take away their power by interrupting negative thoughts and flipping their feelings to positive ones.

These skills are taught in a fun, interactive way.  We also learn about the science of positive thinking as we set out to prove the scientific theory that positive thoughts + positive feelings = positive results.

Affinity the Superhero
Dodger the Villain

About our confidence building courses

1-1 Intensive Coaching courses are available for either 4 or 6 weeks and offer a variety of extras per course.

Live group courses include movement to music, instructional videos, activity sheets, guided visualisation, mindfulness and science experiments.  

OBJECTIVE: Teaching children valuable skills and techniques they can use anytime, anywhere.  These skills help to build confidence, develop a more positive self-image, develop more self-belief, help children to recognise and manage their feelings and learn how to focus their minds.  All while strengthening their positive mind muscles.

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?  Anxiety, low confidence and low self-image can be debilitating for children.  It can prevent young people from taking part in activities inside and outside of school.  It can become more challenging to make friends, to socialise and interact with others and it can affect academic performance.

Giving children an emotional education as well as the means to manage their emotions in challenging situations, will help them cope with life’s many ups and downs.