Manners Maketh Man (1300) - Manners make your child (2016)
- Manners and etiquette (what they are and why both matter)
- Greetings and introductions
- Table etiquette
- Giving, receiving and saying ‘thank you’
- Conversation skills and communication
- Telephone and internet behaviour
- People skills, confidence and other life skills
- What it means to be respectful.
Manners Maketh teaches children manners, etiquette and life skills in a modern world.
For the 700 years since English bishop and chancellor, William of Wykeham, first famously declared, “Manners Maketh Man”, manners have set the standard for human behaviour and helped formed the foundation for personal and professional success.
We know you want that success for your child.
Our children are living in a thoroughly modern world, but we know traditional standards still apply. It’s still important to show respect, to extend common courtesy, to understand social expectations in life and work. In fact, as the pace of life picks up, it is more important than ever.
Manners Maketh dusts off the traditional arts of manners and etiquette, packages them in fun, interesting and interactive workshops, and presents them to children as an important lesson in life skills.
We believe that teaching children manners should begin at home (and we’re sure you’ve done a great job) but we also know when children hear something from someone they don’t know, in a fresh and fun way, the lessons will linger in their mind.