Providing pastoral support
The mental health, welfare and inclusion of students is a high priority for every school and college.
Our Streetwise programmes can support the whole school community as well as targeted sections of the student cohort.
In particular we are very proud of our ‘inclusion unit' that works specifically with ‘hard to reach' students.
This online area hosts all the resources needed to teach personal safety across the Year groups (Years 4 to 13). It includes the following:
- Personal safety education and resources.
- Lesson plans.
- Case studies.
- Supporting documents.
- Parent's webinars.
A complete ‘one-stop' shop.
Delivered by one of the Streetwise team. Workshops are interactive and engaging and have been designed to re-frame student decision-making. All workshops deal with real life scenarios.
- Unwelcome approach from a stranger.
- Being public transport safe.
- Mobile phone mugging.
- Attempted abduction.
- Dealing with a confrontation on a night out.
All workshops are age appropriate and take in account the moral and legal aspect of actions.
An online resource that enables parents to upskill & educate their children with respect to personal safety.
- Short easy to follow videos.
- Personal safety education.
- Personal safety strategies.
- A case study.
- Junior and senior sections.
This resource can be accessed individually by parents, or the school can purchase a licence for all their parents.
Train the Teacher
Teachers and staff can be trained in our three flagship programmes:
- The Inclusion Unit
All training is backed up by a video library and support from head office.
Interested in our Self-Defence Education?