Education

her tomorrow

Across 1+ years, Her Tomorrow’s six modules take students on an in-depth journey towards embodying their most powerful voice and living a bolder life. It’s what teachers and parents continuously tell us: “I wish I had this growing up.”

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If you’re a teacher, principal, head of student wellbeing, or parent/carer who’d like to organise these programs or have any questions, email us. Download a brochure here, which includes our recommended schedule.

Modules

The modules are intended to be run in chronological order, ideally every semester. This allows us to build upon the learnings from each workshop.

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FOUNDATION Module – connection code

Our foundational workshop prepares Year 9 students for their Tomorrow Woman & Tomorrow Man journeys. The workshop aims to improve empathy, strengthen the connection of the cohort, teaching the participants the skills of emotional maturity and giving them the confidence in connecting with others.

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Exploring how emotional immaturity, restrictive friendship cliques and fear of judgement can negatively impact a cohort, Connection Code creates a safe space for participants to practise connecting with others outside of their typical friendship groups. By doing so, they are able to expand their social circles, as well acknowledging and celebrating authenticity and individuality within the year level. They learn that judgement stops courage, but that by displaying courage, the fear of judgement dissipates.    

Outcomes

  • Build confidence in connecting with others
  • Gain a stronger sense of empathy
  • Explore the origin and impact of judgement & how to push past it
  • Encourage authenticity & individuality
  • Increase emotional maturity

Issues covered

Emotional intelligence, fear of judgement, authenticity, courage, social and emotional skills, group dynamic, connection

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Module 1 – Her Code

Our signature introductory workshop. Participants unpack limiting gender expectations and peer pressure, learning the skills and tools needed to rise above the noise and start to uncover their unapologetic self.

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'Her Code' explores the narrow, and at times unrealistic expectations women feel today, often limiting young women through the 'pressure to be perfect.' This workshop creates a safe space for participants to use their voice, speak up, and develop the courage to challenge these limitations among peers and in their own lives. By unpacking restrictive gender expectations and peer pressure, participants practise the skills and tools to rise above the noise and start to explore their unapologetic selves.

Outcomes

  • Greater self-awareness and understanding of the impact of gender stereotypes and expectations on women
  • Gain tools to overcome self-judgement
  • Feel empowered to challenge gendered expectations and speak up
  • Cultivate a sense of belonging and reduced feelings of isolation
  • Uncover personal agency in shaping their own identity through unpacking expectations and stereotypes

Issues covered

Judgement, unrealistic expectations, perfectionism, isolation

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Module 2 – Her Story

Participants gain a greater understanding of what has influenced their past, their generational history, and their own gendered lens, and how it all impacts the person they want to be.

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Participants explore the impactful historical stories, movements, and female role models that have shaped the present state of women. They engage in self-reflection, identifying pivotal moments, environments, and relationships that have informed their personal journey. This workshop aims to cultivate participants' courage to authentically share their unique stories and foster curiosity rather than judgement among peers. By gaining a deeper understanding of their past, generational history, and their own gendered lens, participants develop insight into how it all impacts the person they want to be.

Outcomes

  • Gain awareness of influential factors and historical moments that have shaped them into the woman they are today
  • Cultivate self-awareness of their personal history, empowering them to navigate their own narratives with resilience and self-compassion.
  • Foster a deeper connection to generational heritage, enhancing a sense of identity and understanding of their individual journey.
  • Embrace vulnerability through sharing stories, fostering empathy and inspiring others through resilience and honesty.

Issues covered

Lack of knowledge of female history

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Module 3 – Her Influence

Participants look more deeply at how certain pressures and expectations influence the way they treat others, particularly other women, and are given tools to create a more supportive peer dynamic.

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Participants look more deeply at how certain pressures and expectations may influence the way they treat others, particularly other women, and are given tools to create a more supportive peer dynamic. Exploring the way that they treat each other as girls - the good, the bad, the subtle, students are encouraged to identify and own how their behaviours influence the cohort's environment and culture. This workshop aims to empower students to proactively shape a culture that is inclusive, with less judgement, and fosters a sense of belonging.

Outcomes

  • Cultivate an understanding of the female social hierarchy and develop self-awareness of pressures shaping interactions with other women, fostering empathetic and supportive relationships.
  • Explore the environment that they are creating for one another - asking the question “Are they supporting women to thrive?”
  • Understand the impact of words and actions, recognizing their ability to significantly influence the experiences of other women.
  • Become advocates for respectful relationships, setting an example and promoting inclusivity, belonging and empowerment in their communities.

Issues covered

Internalised misogyny, subtle treatment of others, accountability, inclusivity

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Module 4 – Her Voice

Participants can better understand ‘the stories’ that they tell themselves, discovering how their inner critic limits them, and learning how to practise a more compassionate inner dialogue.

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Participants can better understand ‘the stories’ that they tell themselves, discovering how their own inner critic may limit them, and learning how to practise a more compassionate inner dialogue. This module also examines how external factors such as societal voices and influences can be internalised, manifesting as negative self-talk and self-doubt. By delving into these aspects, participants develop the tools necessary to challenge their negative inner critic, fostering personal growth and resilience.

Outcomes

  • Develop self-awareness of inner dialogue and actively practise overcoming self-judgement, fostering a compassionate and empowering inner dialogue.
  • Gain the confidence to assertively express themselves, fostering an authentic sense of self.
  • Gain awareness of how negative beliefs influence interactions with others.
  • Explore the limitations of self-created narratives.
  • Learn tools to manage and reframe negative self-talk by recognising reframing and rewrite their inner dialogue
  • Examine the role of the inner critic in shaping self-perception and interactions with the world.

Issues covered

Negative self talk, inner critics, holding themselves back

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Module 5 – Her Edge

Participants learn how to set clearer personal boundaries as one vital form of true self-care, enabling them to redefine the intimate relationships they have with themselves and others.

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Outcomes

  • Develop the ability to set and uphold boundaries amidst the societal demands and expectations placed on women.
  • Learn practical tools to reconnect with oneself and nurture a stronger sense of self.
  • Cultivate a healing and compassionate relationship with themselves, enabling intentional choices in becoming the women they aspire to be tomorrow.
  • Learn to establish and uphold personal boundaries, fostering self-care and resilience in relationships, while respecting others' boundaries.
  • Cultivate self-awareness of strengths and limitations, empowering confident navigation of challenging conversations and situations.

Issues covered

Pleasure, relationships, consent, boundaries, intimacy

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Module 6 – Her Manifesto

Participants step up and reintroduce the woman they are today and who they hope to be tomorrow. This collective re-authoring aims to create a better tomorrow for themselves, their community and future generations.

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Outcomes

  • Reflect on the journey through the modules and utilise learned tools to rewrite personal narratives and create a legacy.
  • Redefine the woman they want to be for tomorrow and introduce it to the group, and support others in their individual journeys towards a better tomorrow.
  • Identify potential obstacles that may hinder progress towards personal growth.
  • Celebrate the six-part journey into womanhood, acknowledging individual progress and fostering a stronger community within the group

Issues covered

Personal growth and choice, self reflection, self-confidence, resilience, self awareness

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Supporting
Respectful
Relationships

Our student program 'Her Tomorrow' specifically supports and aligns with the four dimensions of ‘Respect Matters’ and consent education for senior students.

Our strength based approach enables students from Year 10 - 12 to progress through a series of modules with clear outcomes linking to the Respect Matters curriculum and ACARA Learning Areas. The overall aim of our programs are to build greater agency in the young people we work with.

Through cultivating an awareness of the pressures that come from gender stereotypes, practising activities that grow emotional literacy and building deeper connection and empathy with peers, young people are able to develop the skills to better look after themselves and others, and to make better choices.

Our program content consists of six developmentally appropriate, sequential modules, with clear outcomes, encapsulating the four dimensions of Australian Curriculum Respectful Relationships, PLUS additional content to support emotional learning skills.

'Respect Matters'
Curriculum
Markers

Dimension
Understanding Respect
Relationship Skills
Evaluating Options
Respectful Actions

Mod One

Mod Two

Mod Three

Mod Four

Mod Five

Mod Six

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What they say

"It has been special watching our girls unite in their year groups, as they learn how to share their voice and be honest with one another about how they think and feel and how they could better support one another."

- Deputy of Wellbeing, Presbyterian Ladies’ College

"Devyn made the students feel at ease from the start. I held back tears… The power was palpable in the room as they shared their versions of femininity and how they could be their most empowered selves."

- Social Worker, Communicare Academy

Face-to-face or via Zoom?

Both are equally impactful as our facilitators are also well-trained to engage online group settings – yes, even beyond those tech mishaps! Just ask.

Interested?

If you’re a teacher, principal, head of student wellbeing, or parent/carer who’d like to organise these programs or have any questions, email us. Download a brochure here, which includes our recommended schedule.

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