LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG WOMEN 

S.H.E Leads

Years 7-13 (ages 11-17)

About the Programme

The programme aims to equip 

young women with confidence and 

skills to help them draw a sense of direction in their 

lives, discover a sense of purpose and 

to develop their abilities so that they can 

give their personal best within their school, home and wider community. The program provides an environment free from social pressure, where participants can develop lasting friendships.

The monthly sessions are comprised of:
- interactive presentations
- engaging discussions
- team activities
- impact projects
- individual mentoring

SHE LEADS INVOLVES

MENTORING

While ideas can be inspiring and uplifting, life is played out in the personal and in the particular.  SHE Leads seeks to engage each student where she is in life; for this reason, mentoring is the most important aspect of the program.  With her mentor, each student applies what she learned during the monthly sessions to her own circumstances, formulating goals and navigating the challenges she encounters. The mentors are volunteer professional women and university students that are committed to meet with their mentees at least once a month, and gladly make themselves available outside programme hours. 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

As a way of giving back to the community and putting into practice the skills learned, each participant is encouraged to do 15hrs of volunteering.

Fernhall offers volunteering  opportunities

such as visiting the elderly, organising holiday programmes for underprivileged and refugee children, cooking for the homeless and other local and overseas service projects.

WORKSHOP

SHE Leads offers cultural seminars, discussion forums, hands-on and intellectually stimulating activities,

as well as interactive career and skill development presentations aimed at character and leadership development.

Cost

$250 for the year 
$220 Early Bird Rate

(Register by February the13th!)

Sibling discount available 

upon request.
 

Time

4.00 - 6.00 pm

Venue:

Fernhall Study Centre

129-131 Gillies Avenue

Epsom, Auckland 1023

When

Year 7-8's 

2nd Saturday of the Month

Years 9-10's

3rd Saturday of the Month

Years 11-13's

4th Saturday of the Month

Payment

Direct Debit:

Fernhall Study Centre

020 536 032 5858 09

Please use as reference

Leadership + Surname

 This programme aims to 

help young women  acquire the skills they need to 

prepare for high school, 

to get to know themselves, 

to discover their strengths 

and to make the most of the years ahead.​

This programme combines  an introduction to different professional fields with specific preparation for university. This programme introduces philosophical 

concepts and helps 

participants to integrate 

intellectual, moral and 

social aspects of life. 

This programme combines an introduction to different professional fields with specific preparation for university. This programme introduces philosophical 

concepts and help 

participants to integrate 

intellectual, moral and 

social aspects of life. 

SPEAKERS & WORKSHOPS

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CREATING YOUR FUTURE: HOW TO FIND AND DO MEANINGFUL WORK

Natalie Robinson

CEO of Mum's Garage

This workshop is designed to help give you some guidance on how to get started along thepathway towards finding and doing meaningful work, that aligns with your goals.

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RELATIVISM:WHAT'S  WRONG WITH IT AND WHY SHOULD I CARE?

Dr. Peter Mc Ghee

Senior Lecturer at AUT

Dr. Peter Mc Ghee's seminar,        answers  questions such as: 
What is ethical/cultural relativism?relativist? What’s good about relativism?

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GROWING IN RESILIENCE

Dr. Lehan Stemmet

Director at DWI Limited

Organisational and personal development expert Dr. Lehan Stemmet presents some of the causes and consequences of our stress response and outlines ways to help build resilience.

Watch Dr. Lehan's TED Talk here

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TEAMWORK VS INDIVIDUALISM

Rebekah McLeod

Former Recruitment Consultant at Eclipse Recruitment

What is teamwork? What qualities do I have that I can bring to a team? How can I be a better team player?

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FRIENDSHIP & RELATIONSHIPS

Briege

Manager at Real Talk New Zealand

Friendship and Relationships

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TEAMWORK

Sarah Friis

Co-author of "The Power of Team: A Practical Guide to Breakthrough Performance"

This workshop is designed to equip leaders with the essential skills required to lead and manage a high performing team.

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#IGOTTHIS - BRINGING OUT YOUR INNER CONFIDENCE

Helen Morton-Jones, 

Director of Making a Scene Drama and 

Voice Academy

Improve your voice, presentation skills and your confidence and learn techniques for interviews, leadership, work, community and business presentations.

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DRESS TO IMPRESS

Trudi Bennett

Director of Wardrobe Flair, Personal & Corporate Stylist, Fashion Presenter, Radio & TV Contributor & Fashion Blogger

Matching colours to skin complexion. Matching styles to body shape. How should I dress for my first job interview?

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UNDERSTANDING HUMAN NATURE, PERSONALITY AND CHARACTER

Andre van Heerden

Founder of the The Power of Integrity 

Temperament - what makes up a personality? Personality is formed by: Context, upbringing and free choice.What does it mean to be human? Rational and free. How does this relate to our personality? Celebrating our differences - needed for a functioning society.

FOR

Parents 

What WE want for your daughter,

is what YOU want for her first.

SHE Leads and its mentors aim to collaborate and accompany parents throughout their daughter's journey. Recognising parents are a child's primary educator, we simply aim to support you with what you think your daughter needs. By communicating regularly, we can hear directly from you about how your daughter is going and cater their mentoring and the activities to their needs.

YEAR 7-8

STEPPING UP

Running Shoes

DATES:

9 March

 

13 April

 

11 May

 

8 June

10 August

14 September

9 November

4.00 - 6.30pm

 

Contact:

Anica

021 156 3201

White Flowers

Creating 

Beauty in your 

Environment

Painted Heart

We are all in this 

together: awareness of needs of others in our 

community and around

 the world

Girl Reading on Bed

10 Tips to 

Succeed in 

High School

Happy Teens

The Meaning of 

True Happiness

Friends Walking Home

Friendship & 

Team Work

Berry Pies

The Art of Living

Little Red Riding Hood

Femininity & Real beauty

 

YEAR 7-8

STEPPING UP

White Flowers

Interior Design

Importance of the home

Jewelry Making

Jewellery Making 

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The little things 

Chocolates

Chocolate Making

Etiquette  

Camp Fire at Night

Camping and survival skills

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Resourcefulness and Initiative 

Old and Young

Service day

Rest home visit 

Gardening

Gardening bee

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Patience and Generosity 

Running Shoes

Ultimate Scavenger Hunt

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Teamwork 

YEAR 9-10
CHARACTER & 
TALENT

YEAR 11, 12 & 13
LEADERSHIP & 
VISION

Fairy Lights

The true meaning of Leadership 

Women Voting

Facing my Future 

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Temperament and Personality 

Public Speaker

Resilient Women 

Image by Michael Dam

Unlocking my personal potential 

Women Colleagues

Choosing Careers 

Study weekend 

Image by Perry Grone

Communication and teamwork 

sports competition 

 
 
Together at the Top

Initiatives and Team Building 

Courage and Confidence 

Selfie with Lollipops

Social Media 

Friendship and Self image 

Image by Madalyn Cox

Service day 

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Rest home visit 

Best Friends

Ultimate Scavenger Hunt

Understanding freedom 

Girl Power

Unlocking my potential 

Personality and Temperaments 

Chess Game

Homeade Happiness!

Importance of the work of the Home

Happy Family

Friendship and Relationships 

Character Built on Virtue. Resilience in the 21st Century

"Virtues reinforce our personality, rendering it stable and even-tempered. They enable us to rise above ourselves."

The importance of culture in today's society.

> What is culture? Purpose of culture. How can I grow in this? Society's view of culture

Educating in Freedom 

"The task of raising children comes down to getting them to 'want' to do what is good, providing them with the intellectual and moral resources so that each one be able to do what is good from his or her own conviction."

Hugging on Top of Hill

Married Love

Married Love is a course that provides couples with
practical knowledge and skills for living an enriched
married life, which has a positive impact on their
family life. The course is designed for both husband
and wife to attend together and participate in each
session. Developed by professionals at IFFD

Contact us

129 - 131 Gillies Avenue, Epsom, Auckland 1023, NZ

admin@fernhall.org |  P: +64 9 623 9003

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