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"If your daughter is ending her time at primary school, she will have things on her mind. To some degree she will be concerned about failure, future and relationships (among other things). The best thing that we can do as parents is provide our daughters with tools and strategies to firstly deal with the issues that they will face and secondly help make sure that the issues that they are concerned about do not stick. My daughter and I have both read Chloe’s book and discussed the tools and advice that it provides. My daughter now feels confident that she has the tools to deal with what will come her way which makes this parent feel more confident that everything will be ok." Daniel McAlpine, Child & Adolescent Psychologist

A Girl’s Guide to Starting High School is a girl's silent friend to get in the mindset, build confidence and resilience for a new stage in school life.

Written for girls in their last year of primary school (ages 10 to 12-year-old) this book is an essential tool to empower them to have the awareness and skills to be as confident as possible in starting this new adventure. In this book girls can discover more about:

  • Getting to know themselves better through identifying their character strengths and their values (what's important to them).

  • How to navigate tricky friendship situations.

  • Tools on building confidence and resilience.

  • Getting in a learning mindset for studying and exams.

  • Looking after themselves with information on food choices, exercise, screen time, social media and sleep.

  • Who to speak to when they need help with hints and tips on journalling.

  • Reflections and advice from older girls through letters to their younger selves and snippet quotes throughout the book.

These girls are going from big fish in a small pond to tiny fish in a very large lake so the more knowledge they have to support themselves the more mentally healthy they will be!

20% of the proceeds for each book will go to supporting One Girl Charity which you can find out more about here.

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