What they say2020-06-08T17:23:01+01:00

What they say

We have visited over 200 different schools giving talks to many young people.

The comments below are from both teachers and students and reflect the genuine opinions of many others who have benefited greatly from both the subject matter and delivery technique Alex and Amy provide in their talks.

Recent feedback

Oundle School, Peterborough

“I thought the talk was informative, relevant and extremely helpful.”

Lower sixth form Student, Oundle School, Peterborough

Oundle School, Peterborough

“I thought the talk was brilliant. She wasn’t judgemental in the slightest and had some really interesting things to say. In particular, I think advice she gave about festivals and where to go for help was something I’d never been made aware of – I think it’s good to inform more people about their safety services/tents in case they need support in the future.”

Lower sixth form Student, Oundle School, Peterborough

Oundle School, Peterborough

“I found that the talk was interesting, and very up to date with the modern world and also to our age group it was relevant.”

Third form Student, Oundle School, Peterborough

Oundle School, Peterborough

“ithappens’ digital sessions are second-to-none. The digital sessions are expertly tailored to the needs of the pupils and Amy was able to get on their level and speak their language. Our pupils were engaged and challenged. The content is comprehensive and thorough, and importantly Amy did not shy away from answering all their awkward questions! If you are going to get one talk this year, make it ithappens.”

Miss H A Dawes, Head of Learning for Life, Oundle School, Peterborough

St Catherine’s School, Bramley

“It was surprisingly engaging, considering that it was remote. The interactivity of the polls was nice and helped me stay focused, rather than just staring at a screen for an hour…”

Year 11 student, St Catherine’s School, Bramley

More testimonials…

Bristol Grammar School

“Amy’s talk was relatable to our age and the topics were talked about in a suitable way. I really liked her presentation as it was very informative and she wasn’t just saying we can’t/shouldn’t do things. Her enthusiasm was amazing and it seemed like she really knew the questions everyone probably had but didn’t say.”

Yr 11 student, Bristol Grammar School

Bristol Grammar School

“I really enjoyed the way she made It inclusive of everyone instead of the textbook examples. I also thought the talk was very relevant and not boring or patronising like most talks are.”

Yr 11 student, Bristol Grammar School

Clifton High School Bristol

“Thank you for your talk to the groups in Clifton High School today. As I sat keeping an eye, I was pleased to see how enthralled the pupils were by your presentation. Usually we would expect a few of the KS3 pupils to be a little chatty or a little giggly during such a presentation, but today each pupil was absolutely engaged by your interesting, informative and sensitive informative talk. You balanced it very well and so many pupils were keen to stay behind to talk to you for even more discussion.

I certainly wish I had listened to such a helpful talk at that difficult age. Thank you.”

Siobhan Hosty, Yr 9 tutor, Clifton High School Bristol

St Catherine’s School, Bramley

“It was very informative, and the polls were really interesting for me to see. And the fact that we did it from home meant that I contributed much more than I would have if we were at school!”

Year 11 student, St Catherine’s School, Bramley

King’s School Chester

“I’ve just been to the PSHE talk on Sex & Relationships for our Year 10s and I thought I’d write to say how excellent I thought it was. These talks can be such excruciating affairs but I thought this one was by far and away the best I’ve seen in twenty years of teaching – relevant, thought-provoking, watchable, informative and delivered with great panache and skill.”

Ben Fell, Teacher, King’s School Chester

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