School & Parent Presentations
All presentations, whether offered in person or virtually, are free of charge! For in person presentations, mileage fees are still charged at a rate of 0.50c/km outside of Sherwood Park.
If you are booking and would like to donate the estimated value for our presentations, we would be very grateful.
K-Grade 1: $50
Grade 2 and up: $100
PRESENTATIONS FOR K-GR 1
Percy's Got A Bubble!
Percy’s Got a Bubble is a 30-minute, story-led presentation that allows us to begin the conversation around boundaries, consent, and communication and helps to define healthy relationships in an age-appropriate way.
COMING JAN 2022
LLAMAS SPIT - For Pre-K and Kindergarten
In this presentation, we visit our animal friends to learn when they are happy and comfortable, and when they want some space. A story-led way to talk to young children about communicating what they're comfortable with and how to respect others boundaries.
PRESENTATIONS FOR GR 2-3
My Body, My Boundaries
In this presentation, we talk about consent and what healthy relationships look like in an age-appropriate manner. We also help to provide students with tools to build healthy relationships.
PRESENTATIONS FOR GR 4-6
In this presentation, we talk about boundaries and how important they are in healthy relationships. We also discuss consent, respect, and the importance of good communication.
In this presentation, we discuss current trends, games and apps and how they can impact users. We also discuss the importance of staying safe and remaining private online.
BULLYING: CAN WE STOP IT?
In this presentation, we talk about what makes someone a ‘bully’, and that there are different kinds of bullying. We also discuss the importance of setting boundaries and reaching out for help.
JUNIOR HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS
(Grade 7 - Grade 12)
Estimated value: $100
In this presentation, we discuss the effects masculinity has had on boys, men and society at large. Furthermore, we discuss steps that can be taken to begin demonstrating and recognizing healthy masculinity. This presentation is not just for boys and men, knowing about healthy masculinity is important for people of all genders!
In this presentation, we highlight the most popular apps and games and talk about how important good boundaries are (especially online). We also discuss how technology has changed our interactions, the legal consequences for certain behaviours, and end with defining a ‘digital footprint’.
In this presentation, we discuss consent, boundaries, and what it means to be in a healthy relationship. We look at ways to offer support and tools for those who may need help.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT:
LET'S BE LEADERS OF CHANGE
In this presentation, we define sexual harassment and sexual assault. We speak about the impacts of sexual violence on our society and encourage young people to be agents of change. We also provide information and supports for those who have already been impacted by sexual violence.
BULLYING: CAN WE STOP IT?
In this presentation, we discuss what makes someone a ‘bully’, and the different kinds of bullying. We facilitate discussions about the importance of setting boundaries and how to reach out for help.
LEARNING ABOUT TRAUMA
Trauma is something that can impact everyone. This presentation is designed to introduce the topic specifically for youth. We discuss what trauma is, symptoms of it, and how to deal with their feelings in a healthy way. We also emphasize the importance of reaching out when it’s needed, having a good support system, and we offer external resources for those who may need extra help.
PRESENTATIONS FOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERS
Estimated value: $150
CYBERWORLD: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUTH PRESS SEND?
In this presentation, we provide parents and caregivers with information on the popular websites, games, and apps that are being used by children and youth. We discuss legal consequences and potential dangers online. We share helpful tips on starting conversations with their children and youth.
FOUNDATIONS OF CONNECTION: HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH
In this presentation, we will begin by defining the elements of healthy relationships including boundaries and consent. The goal of the first half is to educate parents and/or professionals on language they can use to teach children. The second half is dedicated to healthy parent-child relationships; how to develop healthy habits with your children and how to teach them about consent, conflict, and how to recognize healthy or unhealthy behaviours in others.