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BEST specialises in teaching children of all ages the skills needed to thrive in today’s world.  Creating a safe, healthy environment in which children can explore, develop and grow into confident young adults.

What Can Best One to One Interventions Offer Your School?



Almost all children face moments of self-doubt or periods when they feel unconfident and anxious. For some children this can develop into how they view themselves and create low self-esteem and ongoing anxiety. Some children face difficulties controlling their emotions, leading to challenging behaviours. Others struggle with sensory processing and learning difficulties.


Executive function is a term for a collection of skills that rely on three types of brain function: working memory, self-control, and mental flexibility. In children, executive function issues can manifest problems with impulse control, tantrums and emotional self-regulation. Others may show difficulties with classroom organisation, time management and remembering instructions.

Julia focuses on providing children with fun and exciting exercises and activities to boost their mental capabilities and self-control.

For more information please email or contact Julia on +44 7946 616146



These 1-1 sessions are tailored to help address the root causes of a child’s thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and to provide strategies to help overcome challenges in the future. 1 – 1 support is particularly useful for example:

  • Anxiety
  • Low self-esteem
  • Sensory Processing
  • Asperger’s.
  • ADHD
  • Impulsiveness and low self-control.
  • Low emotional control
  • Low decision-making and planning
  • Dyslexia
  • Executive Functions


“I enjoyed these lessons because they helped me be more confident in both my primary and secondary school.  It helped me to be more confident with my opinion” Year 6 Pupil

“I really enjoyed BEST because we learnt about secondary school and answered a lot of my questions about this, I also enjoyed it because we had activities and not only learning” Year 6 Pupil

Transition Workshops

 I like learning stuff about us that we don’t learn in school such as the brain and you overcome our fears and why we get angry”. Macy, Year 6

I loved the ‘bouncing back’ on the space hoppers. We raced up and down the room to make us think about not giving up. We laughed so much! I have to remember that when I get angry with my maths.” Kavarie, Year 4

I think that BEST Club is the best! Sam Year 1


BEST Clubs


“A great session. As a girl, I really do wish my friends and I had a session like this
about boundaries and consent. It really would have helped my friends and I in our
teens.  You’re both so kind and calm too which really helps the girls feel more
confident”     Year 6 Teacher

“Vicky and Julia were great with the girls, it was good to see how they built on
consent with the popcorn and kissing. The girls felt open to be honest and ask
questions. There were great scenarios and role play”    Year 6 Teacher

Respect and Consent Workshops