Age-appropriate learning that’s fun and interactive
From an early age, children develop perceptions and expectations which shape their relationships in the present and future.
Our primary school projects provide children with relationships education which is engaging, interactive and age-appropriate. Through exploring healthy friendships, we empower children with the skills to recognise and build respectful, empathetic connections with others, to know their rights, and understand how to seek support if they feel unsafe.
Empowering arts-based workshops
We use drama and the arts to bring relationships education to life! Pupils will explore complex topics through role-playing, script-work and character encounters, expanding their understanding for others, and providing a ‘rehearsal’ for real life.
Creating safe spaces
We foster a fun, supportive environment where pupils can ask questions, recognise their rights and practice healthy behaviours. Our projects raise self-esteem, improve communication skills, and encourage empathy and respect.
Meeting modern needs
Relationship education is crucial in today’s digital world. Our projects address the importance of healthy online friendships, digital safety, and personal wellbeing, equipping children with essential skills for navigating their social environments online.
The workshop leaders are so child-centered. They make it really fun. They really engage the children at the best level for them, instilling confidence and laughter with clear, important messages.
Teacher, Lapage Primary School, Bradford
Our national programmes
Our flagship Healthy Friendships projects can engage a class of up to 30 children in conversations about healthy and unhealthy friendships, where to find support, and how to be an ambassador for equality and respect.
Interested in something more? Explore our whole-school approach, RE:SET, and see if our award-nominated mentorship programme is the right fit for your school.
Our work in action
We deliver Healthy Relationships programmes to a variety of youth settings, including specialist schools. Check out our tailored offer to learn more about how we can support your group’s specific needs.
Drama and the arts have long been recognised as powerful tools for engaging young people in challenging social issues. As well as being an engaging and fun way to learn, there are a myriad of other benefits to learning in this way.
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Alongside our work with children & young people, we have a variety of training offers for teachers and staff in primary schools.