A PRESENTATION INSPIRING YOUNG LIVES
Award winning children’s author, Josh Langley, has taken his powerful messages of resilience and self-esteem to over 40 Primary Schools across WA and inspired thousands of school children.
Based on his books, Being You is Enough and the ABIA Award winning It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do, the presentations have been developed to compliment the health and wellbeing aspects of the Australian school curriculum, as well as connecting with pastoral care policies. Josh Langley has appeared at the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival and Telling Tales Children’s Festival in Balingup.
“Josh’s workshops are engaging, entertaining and humorous. He addresses key issues at a level appropriate to the student’s ages, providing sound advice and tips for dealing with life’s big issues. We loved the quote “practise makes progress” and intend to make this a whole primary focus for the next term. We are looking forward to inviting Josh back.”. – Kim Luk (Director of Positive Education) Geraldton Grammar
- Personal identity
- Positive self esteem
- Emotional and Physical wellbeing
- Creativity and imagination
- Coping with social and emotional changes as you grow up
- Empathy and respect
- Positive self talk
- Seeking appropriate support
Duration: 40 to 50 minutes each session.
Content: Fun and interactive PowerPoint show where Josh invites students to discuss relevant topics and apply critical thinking. The last 15 minutes involve a drawing exercise where the students get to fire their imagination
- Whole school day (Max 5 sessions) $600
- 2 sessions $450
- 1 session $300
- Weekly school rate (max. 5 days – up to 4 sessions per day) $2500
Josh is represented by Creative Net Speakers Agency.
Or you can book Josh Langley direct:
Phone 0417 942 232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What others are saying about the #beingyouisenough school presentation
“We have had very good feedback as to your impact on the students and their sheer enjoyment of the sessions” – Regards Max Kosovich Librarian Yakamia Primary School Albany
“Thank you for what you are doing, the reports I’ve had are that the kids LOVE you!” – Helen Allan, Festival Director Margaret River Young Readers Festival.
“The feedback from teachers and students has been awesome. Thank you so much for your time and energy.” Kaylene Year 1 teacher at South Bunbury Primary
“Wendy has asked me to reply to you and pass on her thanks for a wonderful session with the children – thank you for sharing your book and inspiration!” Alison – Margaret River Independent School
“The students really enjoyed your visit, we hope you did too.” – Erin – Karridale Primary School
“Thanks for visiting, it was good to have you here in our school.” – Tim Baker Principal Geographe Primary School