Understand your kids better

DISCsimple has a profile for your kids to enjoy. This profile gives kids the chance to learn about themselves, find out what style they are and help them be the best they can be. 

The youngest people in our lives haven’t always got the vocabulary to express themselves effectively. The Kids profile provides a language to empower kids to understand themselves and their peers better and gives their parents and teachers insight into their behaviour.

The Kids profile isn’t only for kids to learn more about themselves. It is helpful to parents, who are able to gain a valuable understanding of what makes their child tick. This will help them to hone in on strengths and be better equipped to face challenges. 

The DISC report aids parents, guardians and teachers in understanding what kids specifically need from them in order to thrive.

Self-awareness in young people has been proven to increase confidence, self-esteem, grit, and resilience. The DiSC model impacts communication and teamwork, encouraging a greater acceptance of the diversity of others. 

The DISC report aids parents, guardians and teachers in understanding what kids specifically need from them in order to thrive.  

Order a KIDS Profile Now! £150 ex VAT

Transform your understanding of your child’s behaviour, empower them to understand themselves and improve their relationships with the Kids Profile.

£150 includes one child’s profile and a parents’ coaching session to support the use of the profile. More than one child? No problem! get in touch.

Instead of the usual four letters, the Kids profile is split between four birds.

An ‘Eagle’ may be inclined to challenge a teacher, but if the school is able to harness their drive for achievement, they can bring out the best in the student.

A ‘Parrot’ might be distracting and possibly act as a class clown, however, if a teacher can add a fun element to their class, Parrots will be engaged in learning rather than being disruptive.

‘Doves’ can be shy and not partake in out loud group discussions. Teachers need to tailor their lessons to support and guide these pupils in small groups or one on one discussions where they will feel comfortable.

‘Owls’ will ask specific questions to ensure they properly understand what is required from the task, they may feel stressed and overwhelmed if they aren’t sure what they have to do. Teachers need to give specific details and help Owls find a balance between quality work and progress.