We have a wealth of resources, games and activities to work with even the youngest school aged children.
Connect with Respect is a project funded by BBC Children in Need for young people aged 11-18 years It is available across Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde. Connect with Respect promotes positive messages for healthy relationships. It aims to raise children and young people’s expectations so they can recognise harmful and risk taking behaviour and develop better strategies for coping.
Connect with Respect has 4 strands of work for children and young people, these are Look Ahead, Get Ahead, the Recovery Toolkit and Healthy Relationship Ambassadors.
We also offer a Professionals Training element called Connect With Respect:
These sessions are part of our prevention strand of work for young people aged 11-16 years. The sessions are specifically designed to empower young people to seek out advice if they are in danger and need support. The sessions contain interactive elements which encourage young people to look at social media sites and find support mechanisms. We help children and young people recognise and know how to safeguard against risk of physical and emotional harm. These sessions are available to schools which can be delivered during flexible learning / health impact days when pupils are off their normal timetabled lessons; and to groups of young people in community and youth group settings.