The leaders gave Emma Holley a special mention for her delivery of the workshops about Pornography and Consent. One participant asked ‘Why can’t we be taught sex ed like this in school?’
Our mission is to comprehensively fill the gap left by poor or sometimes non-existent school education in life matters including sex and relationships.
We want to help encourage young people to start conversations about acceptable behaviour and wise decisions.
To provide them with the tools they need to have happy, healthy relationships and empower them to support each other to build a safer environment in which to live.
Our experienced facilitators run relaxed workshops which give young people the space to discuss issues around sex and relationships. They offer a safe, inclusive, non-judgemental space where opinions can be shared and changed.
The workshops help to start conversations which can be carried on around campus and can fundamentally change behaviours in the long term.
We tailor sessions to meet the needs of different institutions and build partnerships with local support groups to offer help and understanding to young people who may be triggered by content.
Citizenship Award Scheme 2015
South Yorkshire Police
Media Resilience Workshops 2015
Student, Selston High School, Nottingham