This September, Inner Wings is launching a 6 session Finding Your Superpower programme for schools that will build on our online mini-series. This programme will help children take the fear out of failure and reach for their goals! Through fun and engaging activities, this programme will teach children valuable life skills, such as leadership, public speaking and debating. If you would like to register your interest in this programme, click sign-up below!
A series of virtual and in-person readings by Inner Wings founder and author, Melissa Di Donato Roos. These books are designed to motivate and inspire young girls to find their inner strength, build their self-confidence, and accomplish their goals, whatever they may be.
All too often football is thought of as a ‘male sport’, but we want to change that! There is scientific research showing a strong link between team sports and confidence, but sadly many girls stop playing because of low confidence. Our football classes will focus on re-building girls’ confidence, whilst having fun and being part of a supportive community.
We will be recruiting several “Inner Wings Angels”: Girls aged 15-18 years old who will represent Inner Wings in their school and local community. Responsibilities include raising awareness for Inner Wings and our programmes and acting as mentors for their younger peers. In return, they will learn key presenting and campaigning skills at ambassador training events, become part of the Inner Wings community where they will meet new people and become leaders for positive change. Sign up to be notified when applications open.
Not only is improvisation a fun and interactive activity, it can also visibly increase confidence. These Inner Wings workshops, which require you to act on the spot and perform in front of groups of people, will improve confidence in a fun environment.
On Friday 23rd of April, Inner Wings hosted an exclusive event where Johannah Barrett, a teacher and educational consultant, will share her insights on how children’s confidence has been impacted by lockdown. Throughout a discussion of anxiety and the value of collaborative learning, you can hear how Inner Wings plans to build confidence in children, alongside tips and techniques for anyone who has suffered the effects of lockdown!
Our first ever event was a Q&A at Ada Scot Festival with our founder, Melissa Di Donato Roos, and key advocate for women’s rights, Baroness Goudie. Watch this 30-minute discussion to hear about Melissa’s career journey that has led her to becoming CEO of the leading private open-source software company, the importance of mentoring, and how Inner Wings hopes to help the millions of children facing confidence issues across the U.K.