Tender understands that each partner brings their own unique voice to the Tender Healthy Relationships Programme. We work hard alongside each organisation to support their journey from training to delivery completion.
We believe that our National Partnership Network enables a National presence while retaining a local identity.
The sound quality isn’t great but the energy and enthusiasm shown by the students is!
The following statistics are taken from young people who have directly participated in our project nationally since September 2014:
93% now have more understanding about what healthy and unhealthy relationships are
85% felt more confident in recognising violent or abusive relationships
89% had more knowledge about where to seek support or advice around violence or abusive relationships
95% said that violence is never ok except in self defence
97% could correctly recall that abuse can happen in same sex relationships
97% could correctly recall that 16-25 is the age group most at risk of an abusive relationship
94% could correctly recall that 1 in 3 women in Britain will experience domestic abuse at some point in their lifetime
When sharing with their peers, the personal voice of one young person to another can have so much weight:
"We could show emotions by being a character – it’s easier to stand tall and talk about it”
“I have learned that domestic abuse occurs a lot and it could be me or someone I care about that has to face it. I have learned that there are ways to prevent it by reading the early warning signs”
"This has been the best week of the whole school year"