PREPARING FOR ADOLESCENCE
Courses and workshops designed to assist girls aged
11 - 13 with their transition from childhood to adolescence.

GIRLS WHO CAN is an 8-week course for 11-13 year old girls, designed to assist them with the physical, emotional and relationship changes they will experience during adolescence. Using creativity, discussion and role play we teach the girls helpful techniques to ease them in stressful times as well as assist them through the life changes they are all experiencing now.

OUR IN-PERSON COURSES HAVE STARTED AGAIN!

See below for dates and times.

 

ONLINE COURSES:
We are now offering our 8-week course online at a reduced rate of R1600.
See below for more information, dates and times.

 

Some of what the GIRLS WHO CAN course covers:

  • Introduction, getting to know one another and dealing with fears

  • Anxiety/worry

  • Healthy and unhealthy ways of releasing anger and sadness

  • Inclusion and exclusion/bullying

  • Protecting yourself and knowing the difference between safe and unsafe

  • Moving into adolescence: Changing moods and body image

  • Finding the star you are: self-esteem building

  • Reflection and community​

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER DAY: (please note that this workshop will only resume after lockdown)

After the lessons with the girls, an optional workshop with mothers and daughters will follow on the weekend after the course.  This will be a time of questions, of listening and seeing and of celebrating the soon to be entered world of adolescence in a creative way.
 

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2020 CALENDAR:

OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2020

ONLINE - Monday group

TEEN GIRLS: 4-week course on Managing Anxiety

Starts on Monday 16th November and ends on Monday 7th December

Four x 60min sessions once a week from 16:30 - 17:30


ONLINE - Wednesday group

TEEN GIRLS: 4-week course on Managing Anxiety

Starts on Wednesday 25th November. We will have the second session on Wednesday 2nd December, the third on Friday 4th December and final session on Wednesday 9th December.

Times of sessions will be from 16:30 - 17:30


ONLINE - UNITED KINGDOM Tuesday group

GWC 8-week course

Starts on Tuesday 3rd November and ends on Tuesday 22nd December

Eight x 75min sessions once a week from 16:30 - 17:45 (UK time)

* If you would like to join this group from South Africa, please note that we will start at 18:30 and end at 19:45 (SA time)


IN-PERSON - Constantia

6-Week Course

Tuesdays - starts on 2nd November and ends on 8th December
16:30 - 18:00

Facilitator: Alex

IN-PERSON - Durbanville

8 Week Course

Starting date to be confirmed

16:30 - 18:00

Facilitator: Kim

IN-PERSON - Claremont

6-Week Course

Mondays - starts on 2nd November and ends on 7th December
16:00 - 17:30

Facilitator: Andrea

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COST

Online Course:

The lessons are 75 minutes long and there will be 1 session a week for 8 consecutive weeks.

Cost of the full course is R1600.

In-Person Course:

The lessons are 2 hours long and there will be 1 session a week for 8 consecutive weeks.

Cost of the full course is R2650 and an optional Mother & Daughter workshop will be offered once the course is completed, the cost for this is R800 for both mother & daughter. 

* Please note: we also offer a 2 month payment plan if required.

Please note: 

* for the online option we require 50% upfront and the balance is payable on completion of the course

* For the in-person groups, we offer a 2 month payment plan if required.

* We take a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 8 for our online groups and a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 10 for in-person groups.

* A group will only go ahead if we have the minimum participants.

* We offer 50% off a course if a parent hosts the group at their home.

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"On this course, I learned that I am unique and different and that even if I like one thing and someone else likes another, I don't have to pretend to like what they like."

                                                                                  - Taeya, 12

Call Us: +27 82 344 4231  /  admin@kidswhocancommunity.co.za  /  Cape Town, South Africa

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