Butterfly would love your school to join Australia’s largest positive body image initiative this SEPTEMBER by supporting your students’ BODY CONFIDENCE!
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Love Your Body Week aims to promote positive body image in all Australians by celebrating body confidence! It is Butterfly’s largest annual awareness campaign supported by Sportsgirl. It’s prevention focused so is suitable, fun and engaging for young people. Even better, it’s FREE to participate!
We want to make Love Your Body Week extra special this year by making it as easy as possible for young people and schools to be involved.
We’ll provide you with a FREE evidence based workshop which includes facilitator guide, activity sheets and digital clips.
We’ll also offer complimentary advice and support to ensure it’s a positive experience for all!
To involve your school, all you need to do is the following:
Schedule your teacher led 1 – 1 ½ hour workshop during the month of September.
Register your involvement with Butterfly Education.
Download your FREE body esteem workshop for 11 - 14 year olds. The link is provided on registration.
Facilitate the workshop and let us know how you go!
Butterfly Education is here is answer any questions about this initiative and will be offering a complimentary webinar to all registrants to support the delivery of the workshop.
Contact Helen Bird on: Helen.firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 8456 3908
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