Since 2010, Tender has been growing a successful National Programme to support young people in regions of the UK with a particularly high prevalence of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Our National Programmes reach over 7,000 young people and the adults supporting them each year. We work in mainstream schools and a broad variety of youth settings for young people with young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), care-experienced young people, young carers, young people experiencing homelessness, young people with behavioural and emotional needs. All our National Hubs are run and delivered by local staff who understand the needs of young people that are specific to their region.
We offer a dynamic variety of healthy relationships projects for children and young people at all ages and stages of their lives. Our interactive programmes are designed to empower young people with not just the theory, but also the skills to form happy, healthy relationships based on equality and respect. Through a mix of drama, arts and digital-based activities, we provide safe, open and engaging spaces in which young people can share their opinions, learn from and support each other.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created many challenges for young people, their families and those who support their education and wellbeing through schools and youth services. Our delivery team have worked closely with schools and youth settings to adapt and risk assess our programmes: ensuring we are sensitive to safety requirements and the emotional needs of young people as they transition back into schools and peer groups.
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