Join us for the first session of a free brand new online series aimed at supporting young people through the coronavirus pandemic.

The webinar

This session will be hosted by guest host Louis Howell and will focus on accepting the (admittedly drastic) change that Lockdown poses. We will dive into understanding how to stay motivated during this time and then how to go about seeing positive opportunities to develop yourself and your community in this time.


The session will explore how young people are adjusting as well as including practical, positive activities for young people to do. There will be fun and games! There will also be signposting to additional support and as always, discussions around what matters most to the group.  

About the Speakers

Louis Howell | Entrepreneur, Educator, Activist

Louis Howell is a dynamic and rounded professional with experience that pans the voluntary youth sector, education sector and the world of small business. Today, he co-runs an educational social enterprise, Revolution Hive, that equips young people for life by running programmes focused on Personal Development, Social Responsibility and Global Awareness at schools, colleges and universities. Louis’ experience has also led to him doing expert consultancy for charities, social enterprises and corporate organisations that focus on improving their approaches to Youth and Community Development. For 3.5 years, he ran a marketing transformation company, Exponential Marketing, providing practical training and consultancy to small businesses whilst nurturing a generation of young marketers that respect and honour the craft. This will be relaunched in 2021.

His other commitments include being a trustee and volunteer at 2 small London-based charities whilst being on the Council of another national charity. Louis’ central belief is that young people are the leaders of today.


Sarah Boyle | English Teacher

Sarah Boyle has experience in both pastoral and teaching roles within a range of educational settings. She worked within an SEN department in a vocational college before joining a sixth form college as a Personal Progress Tutor. During this role, Sarah worked hard to equip young people with academic and personal skills with a focus on personal development, social responsibility and social awareness. She also has extensive knowledge of revision strategies, progression routes and career options, as well as the knowledge and experience to support young people with their mental health and personal difficulties. 

For the last 4 years, Sarah has been a high school English teacher in Rochdale and has recently become the school’s Pupil Leadership Co-ordinator. Sarah is still keen to not only help young people succeed academically but also on a personal level. In her role as Pupil Leadership Co-ordinator, she seeks opportunities to help young people achieve success outside of their studies and ready them for being socially responsible, prepared and developed individuals. Sarah is looking forward to using all this experience during the online sessions and will be offering guidance on an educational front.

Booking for this event has now closed.