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Junior Diplomat Alexandria
Dates: Sundays, November 9, 16, 23 2014
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
400 Fontaine Street, Alexandria, VA
Cost: $150.00/ Buddy Save $50
Ages: 6-12 (Children)
Tea at the Ritz
Date: Sunday Nov 2 & Dec. 14, 2014
Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City
1250 S. Hayes Street, Arlington, VA
Ages: 5-12 (Children)
Call 202.670.7349 or email email@example.com for more information.
Junior Diplomat 4-Week Course
at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
The perfect handshake, Proper greetings, Eye contact, Introducing yourself & others, Winning smile, Speaking clearly, Interacting w/adults & peers Please & thank you, Being a good guest & host, RSVP & invitations, Giving & receiving, Sending thank you cards
Poise & Posture, Grooming & appearance, Attire for all occasions, Hair, nail & skin maintenance, Caring for clothing and personal belongings, Poise & posture, how to sit, stand & act like a lady/gentleman,
Jr. Business Etiquette
Public Speaking, Texting & Cellphone use, Emailing teachers and adults, Answering the telephone, Voicemail, Email and Cell phone etiquette
Casual & fine dining, Table setting, Table manners do’s & don’ts, Restaurant ordering, Unique napkin folds, 5-course meals, Excusing yourself & more!
Primrose Perfection is a comprehensive modern manners course for children and teens focused on the core competencies young people need for success today. While grooming, appearance, poise and posture are part of the curriculum, the major emphasis is on character building. Our goal is to create well-rounded young people who have the confidence and tools to achieve their dreams.
Core competencies that every Primrose graduates with include; how to make a great first impression, give a proper introduction, answer the telephone, introduce yourself in public, write thank-you letters, think on your feet, make small talk, give and receive an apology, take constructive criticism, set a table, attend casual and formal dinners, responsibly use social media and technology (netiquette), respond to RSVPs, dress for the occasion, serve as a hostess or guest and to stand, sit and walk with grace.