Girls Group

Girls Group meets bi-weekly over the lunch hour. The purpose of Girls Group is to teach female students of all ages and levels of development how to establish and maintain positive friendships. Staff guide female students through social interactions assisting them in developing conversational, friendship and problem-solving skills. Girls’ Group can also be a time to reinforce and practice social skills being taught in the classroom (e.g. managing their emotions, understanding other people's perspectives and flexible thinking).Girls group provides a safe space where girls can interact with other girls, increasing their self-awareness and understanding of experiences and topics unique to females. The group is facilitated by staff members who demonstrate positive role-modeling through a variety of fine arts activities, goal-oriented self-reflections, and interactive tasks. Throughout the year, individual participants may take on leadership roles amongst the group, becoming role-models for their peers. Through Girls Group the students have opportunities to socialize and develop meaningful connections with one another. The girls work together to identify goals and strengths in themselves and others, and provide each other with motivation to persevere during challenging times in their development.

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Girls Group

Girls Group meets bi-weekly over the lunch hour. The purpose of Girls Group is to teach female students of all ages and levels of development how to establish and maintain positive friendships. Staff guide female students through social interactions assisting them in developing conversational, friendship and problem-solving skills. Girls’ Group can also be a time to reinforce and practice social skills being taught in the classroom (e.g. managing their emotions, understanding other people's perspectives and flexible thinking).Girls group provides a safe space where girls can interact with other girls, increasing their self-awareness and understanding of experiences and topics unique to females. The group is facilitated by staff members who demonstrate positive role-modeling through a variety of fine arts activities, goal-oriented self-reflections, and interactive tasks. Throughout the year, individual participants may take on leadership roles amongst the group, becoming role-models for their peers. Through Girls Group the students have opportunities to socialize and develop meaningful connections with one another. The girls work together to identify goals and strengths in themselves and others, and provide each other with motivation to persevere during challenging times in their development.

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