BEST Workshops takes the pressure away from teachers and creates a PHSE programme that focuses on teaching strategies to help children overcome social and emotional obstacles that would normally hinder their learning.

Our workshops are delivered within the classroom, creating a highly motivated and interactive hour lesson through games, art activities and drama.

We create an interactive understanding of the workings of their brain, where children can learn about how their thoughts and feelings create their behaviour and focus on strategies to overcome these.

What Can BEST Workshops Offer Your School?



  • BEST Workshops creates an environment where children can learn:
    • About themselves and their place in the world.
    • How to empathise with others and develop friendship skills.
    • About their emotions and how to manage them.
    • To practice strategies in calming anxiety and anger.
    • To practicing Mindfulness and Visualisation.
    • To improve their confidence and self-esteem.
    • To develop a growth turning negative thinking into positive thinking.
    • To practice resilience and embracing mistakes.


Bespoke to each school, workshops can be held in a classroom/hall for up to 30 children.  For more information email or contact Vicky on +44 7718 588454



  • Respect and Consent
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Transition for Y6's
  • Anxiety
  • Emotional Control
  • Understanding Your Thoughts, Feelings, Actions

“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