The Dove Self-Esteem Project
Parent Zone is delighted to be working with Dove on its acclaimed Self-Esteem Project.
The project has already helped over 20million young people worldwide, encouraging them to feel positive and confident about themselves. Now, the aim is to help millions more.
We are making available FREE PSHE Association-approved in-school teaching resources to enable you to deliver workshops promoting self-esteem and body confidence to your pupils.
Lorraine Kelly has been discovering the benefits of the free in-school DSEP workshops and the importance of positive body image.
How can your pupils improve their self-esteem? Here's all you need to run a one-off body-confidence workshop in your school.
Where do appearance ideals come from, what pressure do they put on young people and what qualities should we celebrate instead?
How images of people in social media and professional media can be manipulated and drastically altered to reflect appearance ideals.
It’s nice to pay a friend a compliment, but how many are based around how they look, rather than the things they’ve achieved?
76% of girls believe all women have something about them that’s beautiful, but believing it about yourself is more difficult.
Understand the concept of appearance ideals and where the pressure to achieve them comes from.
Planning your PSHE curriculum for next year? Schedule in some time to boost your pupils’ body confidence now.
Dr Phillippa Diedrichs explains how easy it is to deliver an in-school workshop to promote your pupils’ self-esteem.
Schedule a PSHE Association-approved Dove Self-esteem Project Confident Me workshop in your PSHE curriculum.
How delivering just one single session Confident Me workshop will boost your pupils' self-esteem.
Discover how the DSEP workshops have been designed in close collaboration with teachers and students.
Lorraine talks about how children are bombarded with images in the media and need to think about the effects of this.