Young people’s workshop: Operation Keep me Safe

 

Interactive workshop that is bespoke to each year group. Or for small groups of students.

 There are 3 courses on offer with Operation “Keep me safe”. All courses consist of a series of 6 workshops that last approx. 1hr each. The workshops are evaluated at the start and the end to measure the level of knowledge young people have on these subjects.

The 3 courses available are:

Keeping safe in the community”

“Understanding the dangers of gang recruitment and county lines”

“Am I at risk of child sexual exploitation”



 

"Keeping safe in the community":

Once students have completed this course they will have a good knowledge of:


  • How and why gangs recruit. 
  • Who can I talk to and why should I. 
  • What to do if I am worried about someone.
  • Why I should stay focused in school.
  • Communicating with adults who can help me.
  • Why young people become involved in gangs. 
  • Grooming
  • Exposure to drugs and alcohol. 
  • Bullying from gangs. 
  • What are the signs of gang grooming and am I at risk.




"Understanding the dangers of recruitment and county lines"

Once students have completed this course they will have a good knowledge of:


  • Why young people become involved in gangs .
  • What is a gang .
  • How gangs create debts .
  • The law around offensive weapons .
  • The law and drugs .
  • What is enterprise ?
  •  Consequences 
  • Gangs fill the missing gaps 
  • Peer pressure 
  • What really happens when you become involved in gangs .
  • How difficult is it to leave a gang?
  • Are my friends and family at risk? 
  • Am I being groomed ?
  • How difficult is it to leave a gang? 
  • Where can I get help?


"Am I at risk of CSE?"


Once students have completed this course they will have a good knowledge of:


  • Peer on peer abuse .
  • How young people become involved in CSE .
  • Grooming models .
  • Where can I get help? 
  • Who is at risk of CSE? 
  • What if I run away from home ?
  • STIs and illness 
  • How I can keep myself safe ?
  • What is consent ?
  • Peer on peer abuse 
  • Consequences 
  • CSE and Males

 


The intended outcome is to educate children and young people in the risk and dangers associated with gangs and exploitation. To raise aspirations and reinforce the importance of education. To improve attendance and engagement within the school.

When this workshop is used in conjunction with staff training, you are more likely to see a positive cultural change within the school setting.

 

Please contact us to discuss your needs and get your quote.