33120773_900996303395753_2855562869930459136_o.jpg
33120773_900996303395753_2855562869930459136_o.jpg

New Page


Stop Knife Crime

SCROLL DOWN

New Page


Stop Knife Crime

Gary.png

This Workshop has been developed to help stop children feeling the need to arm themselves before leaving the house! We have worked closely with the Youth Justice Board and Police to make sure we have a great Just Enough style session for your children with a subject that for some, maybe very close to home.

They will learn...

  • Why Status can be abused by adults in gangs 
  • Where weapons came from and why Cave Men used them 
  • Why would early man have turned on each other 
  • Have we changed that much?
  • How someone can be sucked into a gang 
  • What gang members are sometimes made to do 
  • Why they might feel they need to carry a knife 
  • What to do if they are ever at a cross roads and who to talk to 
  • How an argument can escalate
  • What to do if you felt in danger 
  • How one person can change the world 

OFSTED:

Inspectors are guided to consider the evidence that action is taken to raise awareness of children and learners in relation to a range of safeguarding matters so that children are able to understand, respond to and calculate risk effectively.

"We collate the feedback that we receive from children and send it to our schools to use as evidence in their Ofsted portfolios"

BRITISH VALUES:

Schools should promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.


What do teachers say 


  • "Wow wow wow! What a wonderful, inspiring afternoon which was enjoyed by us all. Phil you really engaged so well with the children and got your message over in such a child friendly way. It is so awesome to find like-minded people who are prepared to go the extra mile to instil hope and kindness within our community" Safe Guarding Lead
  • “Very informative and engaging. Great the way he focused on how children can keep themselves safe” - Lake Farm Park Academy, Hillingdon

  • “Engaging. Interactive. Relevant. Informative. The children enjoyed the workshop and I found it informative” - Preston Park Primary School, Brent

  • “A very important message was put across in a lively, engaging way, relevant to our children.” - Hemswell Primary School, Lincolnshire

  • “Great roleplay and enthusiasm, kept kids engaged” - Grange Park Junior School, Hillingdon

  • “Fantastic presentation - children could relate to the content of the workshop which was delivered in an exciting and interesting way.” - St Georges Primary School, Lincolnshire

  • "Fantastic presentation - Children could relate to the content which was delivered in an exciting and interesting way" Year 5 Teacher