For Children & Youth

Great manners are key to your child’s success.

Good manners and social skills are necessary for healthy, polite, thoughtful, and appropriate interactions with peers, parents, and other adults.

In Elizabeth Etiquette courses, children develop social skills in a fun, interactive atmosphere that encourages their curiosity, exuberance, good behaviour, and imagination. Courses consist of three weekly classes (60 minutes long) and are arranged into three age groups to better focus on the specific needs and concerns of participants.

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Children’s Etiquette Course (5-8)

An active, fun-filled course covering the foundation of good manners. This course is an introduction to the basics of good manners, making your children’s lives easier as they make the transition from home to kindergarten and Kindergarten to Grade One. At the end of this course, all participants are presented with an Elizabeth Etiquette Certificate of Completion.


Young Ladies  & Gentlemen (9-11)

A fun-filled and educational etiquette class focused on respect for others, sharing, table manners and polite conversation. At the end of this course, all participants are presented with an Elizabeth Etiquette Certificate of Completion.


Pre-teen and Teen (12-17)

A foundation of good manners is integral to the development of good leadership skills in young people, not only for today but for the future. Etiquette is an essential life skill for all ages. At the end of this course, all participants are presented with an Elizabeth Etiquette Certificate of Completion.


For more information about upcoming courses and to register, see the class schedule.

“I have known Ann (Elizabeth) since she came to Canada 27 years ago.  As a properly trained British nanny she looked after my medical partner’s home and two daughters.  She was the nanny that we all envied.  She exhibited the grace and dignity of a truly educated young woman.  She expected and received good behavior and manners.  My own children benefitted from her teaching. She gave my daughter and friends lessons in dining etiquette prior to her “Grad” from grade 7.

I believe that Ann (Elizabeth) would be able to teach manners and social skills to any age. She is the essence of proper decorum. She is extraordinarily kind and caring.

I recommend her highly.” Sharon Johnson, MD | Medical Director

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