SNAP (Safety Net’s Assertiveness Project)
95% of children attending a SNAP course said they felt more confident and able to deal with situations better.
FREE ASSERTIVENESS WORKSHOPS ages 8-11 Safety Net teaches children the life skills they need to keep themselves safe and confident when faced with challenges such as bullying, peer pressure and moving on to secondary school. Our specially designed session covers...
Passive/Assertive/Aggressive behaviour- exploring different types of behaviour and the consequences of these.
Assertive body language - Fun exercises and activities
Stop! Think! Go! - A safety strategy that can be used in any tricky situation; the children will get a chance to explore their own dilemmas and the consequences of different responses.
Helping hands - Children identify their personal network of supportive adults they can turn to if they feel unsafe or worried.
This 2hr workshop is delivered to 8 - 12 children after school at various schools and community venues.
95% of children attending a SNAP course said they felt more confident
84% of children said Safety Net has helped them to make and keep friends. (Out of 158 children in Nov â€˜11) Out of 50 children that were worried about transition at St. Andrews school in Hove, 46 improved their score after a short workshop. 93% of children said they feel more confident since working with Safety Net. (Out of 159 children in Nov â€˜11) Over the summer holidays Safety Net will be running sessions to help year 6 children prepare for going up to secondary school. Young people have helped write the course! Please contact Tamsin or Den email@example.com (Mon-Fri) firstname.lastname@example.org (Thurs & Fri)
Visit our websites: www.safety-net.org.uk and
Manor Offices C/o Emmaus Drove Road Portslade BN41 2PA East Sussex T: 01273 411 613
Stop! Think! Go! - A safety strategy that can be used in any tricky situation; the children will get a chance to explore their own dilemma...