Children’s Etiquette

Do you want to be ble to bring your child along to social events safe in the knowledge that they will behave appropriately? Imagine never again having to remind them to hold their knife and fork correctly or to write thank you cards for birthday gifts. For children, knowing what is expected of them in any given social situation fosters a sense of security and confidence that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.

Teaching manners to a young child may seem a little overwhelming, but it does not have to be. You can encourage your child to be polite by teaching them a few key phrases and greetings, encouraging them to understand the importance of empathy and compassion, and modelling good behaviour so that they have a good example to look up to.


Click to access the course outline for the five days training: Children Etiquette and Post-teens Etiquette

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