Teenagers & Discrimination

by | Aug 3, 2021 | Behaviour, Inclusion, Leadership, Teenagers | 0 comments

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Teenagers are discriminated against in our society in a way that is legal, unlike most minorities.

This affects their behaviour.

This affects their confidence.

This affects their ability to form relationships.

This affects their self-worth

…and it affects their learning.


Watch this vlog to find out more, and how we can begin to heighten the sense of belonging in our schools…


Approximate watching time: 10mins

“This was 100xs more useful than I thought it was going to be!” – Adoptive parent

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Learn about teenagers, their behaviour, their brains, how they see the world and how to communicate with them successfully.

Here’s how you can feel (re)-inspired with the teens in your life, make a positive difference in their lives (and not spend every after school in detention yourself)

Expert for BBC Radio 4 on Teenagers & Behaviour.


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