Most pupils understand what bullying is and are aware of their responsibility to report incidents and yet many young people still suffer in silence, with their peers looking on as passive bystanders
Professional support from external providers can enrich the everyday curriculum. Young people often respond productively to a new face and positively exploring issues from a different perspective can generate engagement, discussion, understanding and learning.
Our PSHE workshops are designed to be inclusive, interactive and age appropriate. Suitable for schools, youth and community settings, our workshops cover a range of anti-bullying and well-being themes. They are jargon free and are designed to challenge, encourage debate and participation and motivate your pupils to create a safe, inclusive and accepting environment.
We have workshops for all ages and can tailor a workshop to your needs, learning outcomes and duration.
Although each of our workshops for young people have their own individual outcomes, each one will also:
|Hand of Courage|
|My Jar of Confidence|
“Our children thoroughly enjoyed the Hand of Courage Workshop. The whole concept is engaging, creative and one that really encourages them to think about their behaviour, friendship and respect. Each workshop was tailored to the ages of the children which made it understandable and accessible to all. Brilliant!”
KL, Primary School, Birmingham