22 August 2017,

Throughout a child’s school career even as early as ECD they are required to speak in front of peers and teachers, presentations, orals and so much more… Most children find public speaking challenging and daunting. It is important to me that the child enjoys this process of learning age appropriate presentation skills. Many children find the prospect of speaking in front of a group of people to be quite nerve-wrenching. It has even been suggested that the reason why so many adults have a fear of public speaking today, is that they never learned how to feel comfortable in front of a crowd as a child. Inspiring confidence is: if someone or something inspires you to do something new or unusual, they make you want to do it.

As we were preparing for our “presentation day” and evaluation the girls were not impressed… Again! Teacher Lynn we know how now… Smiling as we saw them step up every time it was required.

When I stand in front, inspiring girls is my main purpose, intentionally boosting their confidence every opportunity I am presented with. Especially those who find it extremely difficult, helping them see how they too can do it.



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