By Ms Claire Brunell, Psychology Teacher and Aspire Coordinator for the Caxton Times
When I left university I ended up working in a counselling service for young people. One of the counsellors was a very wise lady called Jenny who I will always remember for how calm and thoughtful she was. One day, however, I found her very frustrated when she had just finished a call with a young girl and she said, “I am so concerned with all these children who think they have to be perfect. I just want them to know they are good enough the way they are”.