Dorset Schools – Brochure

Alcohol and the Law/Blitz

Explores topics such as legal age to drink/purchase alcohol; potential alcohol related breaches of law such as drink driving, drunk and disorderly; consent (sexual assault) and the impact of a criminal record on future prospects.

School to identify year groups

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: : 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

County Lines

County Lines is a term used to describe gangs, groups or drug networks that have dedicated mobile phone lines to supply drugs from urban to suburban, market and coastal town areas across the country. Children and vulnerable adults are used to do this and they use intimidation, violence and weapons to operate their networks.
This is an interactive session that explores drug related risks to children and young people, focusing on the current trending drugs in the community. Participants will have a strong understanding of the dangers, risks and consequences of drug related activity.

Duration: 45 Minutes
Audience: Parents: Parents
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

County lines – national issue, local problem

Information to be updated

Duration: 45 Minutes
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Drug Education for Parents

Aimed at parents of children in Year 7 and upwards
Content:

  • Most common drugs of choice
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Law around possession and supply
  • Legal highs
  • Help and support

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Parents: Parents
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Drugs and the Law

Topics include common drugs of choice, social, emotional effects of drug abuse, legal highs, law and consequences, and help and support.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Drugs training for professionals

Aimed at professionals working with young people. Content:

  • Most common illegal and legal drugs
  • Role of school, searching/confiscating and what schools can do
  • Information relating to criminal records for young people
  • Useful organisations
  • School’s rights

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £150.00 (£100.00)

Anti-bullying guidance for school staff

Aimed at all staff working within a school environment including teaching staff, teaching assistants, lunchtime supervisors and other support staff

To include:

  • Bullying and the impact on young people and their educational development
  • Roles and responsibilities of the school in dealing with bullying incidents
  • Bullying inside and outside of school
  • Prevention of bullying
  • Support available to access for schools

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £150.00

Diversity

This session covers how discriminative bullying can impact on peoples lives​ and where you can go for help.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 9, 10
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Friendships

Explores what makes a good friendship and how to deal with bullying and support friends who are being bullied.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 3, 4
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Friendships, respect and bullying

Exploring what a ‘healthy friendship’ is and the importance of treating each other respectfully and the impact bullying has.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 5, 6
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Online Bullying

Using Childnet’s ‘Joe’s story’ film, this session focus on online bullying and its consequences.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 7, 8, 9
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Rights and respect in future education and beyond

This session explains your rights in the workplace and how to deal with workplace bullying.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 11, 12, 13
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Anti Social Behaviour

For delivery to key stage 3 students, this presentation explains the definition of anti-social behaviour, the impact of this behaviour on the community and how it can lead into criminal behaviour and the consequences of that life path.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 7, 8
Cost: £0.00

Anti Social Behaviour, Including weapons

Information to be updated

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 5, 6
Cost: £0.00

Firearms and Knives Education (FAKE)

This hard hitting one hour Year 10 offensive weapon education programme is designed to ensure that young people understand the consequences of carrying and/or using offensive weapons.

The Dorset Police Armed Response Team do their utmost to support the SSCT with this programme, however due to their duties we cannot guarantee their attendance.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 10
Cost: £0.00

Halloween and Bonfire Night Assembly

The Police usually see an increase in anti-social behaviour (ASB) incidents across the county during this period; therefore we are seeking your assistance in working to reduce these incidents and the impact of them.

This presentation is designed to raise awareness amongst students of the consequences of ASB to victims and perpetrators and ensure that young people make responsible decisions.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 5, 6
Cost: £0.00

Halloween and Bonfire Night Assembly

The Police usually see an increase in anti-social behaviour (ASB) incidents across the county during this period; therefore we are seeking your assistance in working to reduce these incidents and the impact of them.

This presentation is designed to raise awareness amongst students of the consequences of ASB to victims and perpetrators and ensure that young people make responsible decisions.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 7, 8
Cost: £0.00

Offensive Weapons

A presentation designed to give students a clear understanding of the legal consequences of possessing items such as catapults, BB guns and sharp pointed objects in schools and public places. At age ten children become criminally liable for their actions and we hope to work with you to ensure that your students make positive choices and don’t come to police attention.

Duration: 20 Minutes
Audience: : 7, 8, 9
Cost: £0.00

CSE – Level 2

To include:

  • Definitions of CSE and grooming
  • Identifying the signs and symptoms of CSE
  • Using the LSCB CSE risk matrix and where to refer.
  • Practical group work and how to use risk assessment tool
  • Looking at the differing models of CSE

(commissioned by the LSCBs – delegates can either book a place through their local authority or have this delivered in-house)

Duration: 3.5 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £250.00

CSE for Parents

A presentation designed for parents which includes exploring definitions of CSE and grooming, raising awareness of how to spot the signs and support on planning safe interventions. To include:

  • What CSE is and spotting the indicators of CSE
  • What to do if child is suspected to be at risk – reporting, safeguarding and protecting
  • Definitions of CSE and grooming
  • Information on offering support as a family

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Parents: Parents
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Exploited: Recognising exploitative behaviour

To be updated

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 9
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Exploited: Spot the true intentions

To be updated.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 10
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Exploited: Understanding our Relationships

Information to be updated.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 8
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Exploited: When the fun stops

This product, for delivery to year 11 students includes:

  • What is child exploitation
  • The links between exploitation, alcohol and parties
  • Crime and exploitation
  • Where to get support

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Secondary: 11
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

The more you know, the more you see

To include:

  • Definitions of CSE and grooming
  • What CSE is and the signs and symptoms
  • What to do if child is suspected to be at risk
  • Looking at the differing models of CSE

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £150.00

Online safety and friends

A further look at the issues surrounding online behaviour. There will be a recap on appropriate gaming, personal information, privacy settings and sharing selfies and other content. This session will also cover friendship issues and online bullying and who are our friends online.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 6
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Online Safety and Reputation

This session starts with a general reminder of online safety risks and how to avoid being a victim of cybercrime. An online presence is an ever important part of a digital world and this session will encourage students to reflect on their own online presence and the impact this may have both now and in the future.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 12, 13
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Online safety and risks

This session explores the issues relating to personal information, privacy settings, social networks, online friends, online bullying and youth produced sexual imagery using questions to form the basis of a debate. It also looks at strategies to protect against the risks and how to report issues either to trusted adults or via online tools.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 8
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Online safety and the law

This session explores the laws surrounding internet use and the consequences of breaching it, focussing on sexual offences act, harassment act, malicious communications act and public order act in relation to online bullying, youth produced sexual imagery and grooming. It also looks at avoiding being a victim of cybercrimes such as fraud.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 10
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Online safety for Foster Carers

Aimed at foster carers working with young people. To include:

  • Risks to young people, including specific additional risks for looked after children
  • Specific issues of concern e.g. online bullying, viewing inappropriate material, youth produced sexual imagery, grooming
  • Current games/apps and websites
  • Strategies for reducing the risks
  • Online safety policy and procedure in protecting young people and professionals
  • Dealing with online safety incidents

Duration: 3.5 Hours
Audience: Parents, Professionals: Parents, Professionals
Cost: £250.00

Online safety for Parents

This session is aimed at all parents and carers. The presentation will be appropriate to the setting.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Parents: Parents
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Online safety: gaming and chatting

This session uses the CEOP video Lee and Kim to explore who are online friends, how we should behave online, not sharing our personal information and talking to our trusted adults.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Audience: Primary: 2
Cost: £30.00 (£45.00)

Protecting Young People Online

This session is aimed at all professionals working with young people.

To include:

  • What are the risks to young people?
  • Specific issues of concern e.g. online bullying, viewing inappropriate material and grooming
  • Current games/apps and websites
  • Reducing the risks

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £150.00

Safer Digital working Practices

Aimed at all professionals working with young people, but especially relevant to those with safeguarding responsibilities

To include:

  • Professional responsibilities when using digital technology to engage with children and young people
  • The risks to professionals from digital technology
  • Effective use of organisational policy and procedure to safeguard young people and professionals

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £150.00

A Night to Remember

Alcohol related violent crime including sexual violence

This programme highlights to students the safeguarding issues related to alcohol misuse within our town’s pubs and clubs. Information relating to violent crime statistics is shared along with local case studies involving rapes and assaults, and students are given advice on how to keep themselves safe if visiting these areas.

This programme highlights to students the safeguarding issues related to alcohol misuse within our town’s pubs and clubs. Information relating to violent crime statistics is shared along with local case studies involving rapes and assaults, and students are given advice on how to keep themselves safe if visiting these areas.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 11
Cost: £0.00

HBA, FGM and Forced Marriage

Information to be updated

Duration: 45 Minutes
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Respect yourself – Domestic Abuse

This 1 hour session explores healthy and unhealthy relationships, encourages students to discuss their attitudes in relation to domestic abuse and challenges stereotypes and preconceptions.
Students are encouraged to focus on positive relationships and will learn how they can support a friend if they believe they are in an abusive relationship.

Duration: 1 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 10
Cost: £0.00

Act Now 2

This national programme is designed to allow debate around the sensitive issues of extremism within communities. It provides a safe space for students to air grievances, debate matters of interest to them and work through group tasks or problem solving activities.

Duration: 1.5 – 3 Hours
Audience: Secondary: 10, 11, 12, 13
Cost: £0.00

Preventing violent extremism

Information to be updated

Duration: 45 Minutes
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £55.00 (£45.00)

Restorative conversations

Aimed at: Professionals working with young people

  • To increase staff’s knowledge of restorative practices and explore appropriate situations to use it.
  • Participants will have an understanding of the questions used in Restorative conversations and the characteristics behind them.
  • A raised awareness of the situations where restorative practices may be applied and enhance their ability to effectively manage conflict.
  • Reflecting on both personal and professional experiences of hurt / harm.
  • Recognition of feelings and needs of all involved.
  • A basic understanding of the principles of Restorative Justice.
  • The use of role play to enhance learning and confidence in the use of questions.

Duration: 1 Days
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £350.00

Restorative Justice – 3 Day Facilitator Skills Training Course

Aimed at: Professionals working with young people

  • Following this course participant’s will understand the principles that underpin restorative practices.
  • To be able to assess the suitability of a restorative conference and the need to risk asses each conference individually.
  • To recognise the importance of, and how to prepare participants for a conference.
  • Managing the expectations of conference attendees.
  • The use of a script for acknowledged and unacknowledged harm. (Supported by the use of role play).
  • Seating plans.
  • How to facilitate and evaluate a conference.
  • Continuous constructive feedback to support the individuals learning experience throughout the course.
  • Reflection and discussion on how and when restorative practices can be used within participant’s professional role.
  • After completion of this course staff can opt to become an accredited RJ facilitator through the Restorative Justice Council.

3 days | In-house £2500 for up to 20 staff, or attendance on a SSCT hosted course at a cost of £250 per person – please contact our office for scheduled training events.

Duration: 3 Days
Audience: Professionals: Professionals
Cost: £250.00-2500.00