Bring UPower To Your Classroom

Presentations and Workshops That Help Schools Create Responsible Citizens

Young people make a lot of emotion-based choices. Since feelings shift and change it’s not a reliable place to make decisions from.

UPOWER HAS REACHED OVER 250,000 STUDENTS, PARENTS AND EDUCATORS

UPower Presentations

  • A 'HEALTHY RESILIENT MIND MATTERS


  • Students learn to use a Choice Making Formula that gives them the skills to think and act beyond their feelings. Perfect for Grade 4 through to College & University Students.

  • SUPERHEROES FOR RESPECT


  • A presentation for JK – Grade 3 students that teach them to respect themselves, others and their dreams. They will also learn 3 activities that will provide focus and direction for their lives.

  • DEALING WITHTOUGH GIRL STUFF


  • Helps young ladies deal with feeling unworthy and giving them the tools to be confident and resilient to bounce back from challenging times and negative opinions.

  • 3 HABITS OF RESILIENT FAMILIES (ADULTS ONLY)


  • A fun, interactive, meaningful presentation, which includes both speaking and singing, Sara Westbrook will share three activities that will help you support your children in building their Confidence so that they can Bounce Back from challenges.

  • BOUNCE BACK FAMILIES UPOWER CONCERT (ALL AGES)


  • A fun, interactive, meaningful presentation, which includes both speaking and singing, Sara Westbrook will share three activities that will help you support your children in building their Confidence so that they can Bounce Back from challenges.

  • UPOWER WORKSHOPS& EXTRA PROGRAMS


  • A range of workshops are available for your school/organization after a UPower concert. These workshops cover a variety of topics and assist with the ongoing development of building respect, confidence and resiliency.

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Resources for Educators

  • For young people, challenging circumstances may look like a difficult home life, feeling overwhelmed at school, or experiencing a sudden stressful or upsetting event like being in the midst of a pandemic. These circumstances do not have to determine the course of a young person’s......

  • ‘You’ll come down from the Lurch with an unpleasant bump. And the chances are, then, that you’ll be in a Slump. And when you’re in a Slump, you’re not in for much fun. Un-slumping yourself is not easily done.’ Dr. Seuss ‘Oh The Places You’ll Go’......

  • ‘What emotion are you feeling?’ When you think about truly sharing your emotions, would you prefer to leave the conversation or conveniently find something else to talk about? Maybe it’s because you don’t know how you are feeling or maybe you want to shout ‘none of......