What can I say! Emma was the guest speaker for our Junior Kindergarten students. It was a fantastic experience for the students AND the teachers here in Singapore at the Canadian International School. Having you Zoom in and spark our learning and develop a strong relationship with the students in a virtual setting has been something I was very impressed by. Your mindfulness practices were powerful, the stories engaging and the way you connected to the students was simply terrific.
I recommend working with Emma as she enriches the learning happening in class. She is simply outstanding!
Hetty Boon – Junior Kindergarten Learning lead CIS. Canadian International School. Singapore.
It was wonderful to have the opportunity to work alongside Emma In the Southern Health School setting. She had a magical way of dealing with students who were struggling with physical and mental health difficulties. Her warm and understanding approach enabled the students to feel at ease and allowed them to participate actively in both formal and informal group settings. Students gained confidence, social skills and executive function skills under Emma’s guidance. They responded positively to the strategies she taught them (such as positive self talk, visualisation, mindfulness, breathing) and were able to take these into their daily lives.
Emma is an extremely skilled communicator, connecting easily with any and all. She was an absolute ray of sunshine at the Southern Health School.
Morag Carver. Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) Southern Health School, Christchurch. New Zealand.
Emma is energetic, animated and well-prepared for her workshops. I like how Emma is able to engage and capture the attention of young audiences with a variety of activities – from storytelling to craft activities to breathing exercises. She also put in effort to decorate her background with beautiful props.
Her workshops are very interactive and fun, and well-catered to the target audiences, eg. pre-schoolers from 4 to 6 years old. Absolutely enjoyed working with Emma!
Sharon Lim, Programmes Manager, Singapore Book Council. Singapore.