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Anti-social behaviour

KS 2 : ASB (Last updated: 15/03/2022)

This short presentation for KS2 students explains what ASB is and discusses different types of ASB. It also explains the police role in dealing with ASB and where students can go for help.

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Anti-Social behaviour

KS 3, KS 4 : ASB (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

Presentation for KS 3 and 4 discussing the impact of ASB, the law and alcohol.


Anti-social behaviour – Including weapons

KS 2 : ASB (Last updated: 15/03/2022)

This extended version of the KS2 ASB presentation for KS2 students explains what ASB is and discusses different types of ASB. It also explains the police role in dealing with ASB and where students can go for help. In addition it what makes a weapon, whether replica guns look real or not and also the impact of knives. The accompanying knife video should be watched prior to delivery to ensure suitability.

Presentation I Lesson plan


KS 1, KS 2 : Anti-bullying (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

This resource discusses the different types of bullying, how it makes us feel and what we can do about it by seeking help through trusted adults.

Presentation I Lesson plan

Drink spiking

KS 4, KS 5 : Drugs (Last updated: 27/01/2022)

** For approved Delivery only **

This presentation for young people who may be going out drinking provides guidance on how to stay safe.


Drugs awareness (Targeted)

KS 3, KS 4, KS 5 : Drugs (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

This presentation is for targeted delivery only and covers a range of different drugs and the impact they have on the body. This is health based approach and although it refers to the laws, it’s intent is explain the risks of drugs.

As the content of the presentation covers a range of drug types, irrelevant slides can be removed. It is also recommended that the input is delivered by youth specialist staff in partnership with a drug organisation or DLO. For guidance contact the HQ CCP team.



KS 4 : Exploitation (Last updated: 10/02/2020)

This presentation covers a wide range of exploitative behaviour, the risks and how to be resilient to the potential threats. It looks at real life cases and discusses grooming, online dating and consent.


Halloween (Primary)

KS 1, KS 2 : ASB (Last updated: 10/10/2022)

This product aimed primarily at KS2 students explains how to enjoy halloween and bonfire night safely. It explains how ASB can negatively impact on more vulnerable members of our community. There are some basic safety messages about firework use.


Halloween (Secondary)

KS 3, KS 4 : ASB, Personal Safety (Last updated: 10/10/2022)

This product for key stage 3 and 4 students explains how to enjoy halloween and bonfire night safely. It focuses on the impact of ASB on the community and potential health risks from firework misuse. The video within the presentation contains graphic images and should be viewed prior to delivery to ensure suitability.


Hate crime

KS 3, KS 4 : Hate crime (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

This presentation discusses the different types of hate crimes, what constitutes a hate crime and the impact it has on a victim and the potential impact on an offender.


Healthy relationship?

KS 4 : Exploitation (Last updated: 10/02/2020)

This presentation provides guidance on healthy relationships and recognising the signs of exploitation. The accompanying video provides an example of an exploitative relationship and it’s consequences.


Knife Crime: Targeted

KS 3, KS 4, KS 5 : Violence (Last updated: 01/03/2022)

This package has been created for targeted responses only. The 45-60 minute session conveys the impact of a knife incident to those connected to it (officer, paramedic, family) etc and shows how one act of violence can hurt many people.
Part way through the presentation there are two videos. You will need to discuss with the school which video you opt for as one contains more impactive content.
To deliver this package, contact the CCP HQ team

Presentation I Lesson plan

My feelings and me

KS 2 : Exploitation (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

This presentation uses protective behaviours to enable KS2 students to consider their responses to situations. It discusses recognising their own reactions to determine feeling safe and how to deal with uncomfortable feelings and who you can talk to.

This presentation is designed to be delivered to groups in response to local issues. It is important you discuss the delivery with the school safeguarding officer to determine the appropriateness of delivery. If you have concerns, talk to your local Youth Intervention Officer or the Youth Issues team at headquarters.


Online risks

KS 3 : Online Safety (Last updated: 12/01/2022)

This product, created for delivery at KS3, discusses the positives and negatives of your online presence and draws out the possible risks and implications. It advises on how to stay safe and secure online and asks how social networks can be given free to the user. Sexting is addressed and the impact this can have.


Online safety and reputation

KS 4, KS 5 : Online Safety (Last updated: 17/10/2019)

This presentation for students about to leave school or college is designed to make them aware of online risks that may not have been significant until now. It discusses bullying and hate crime, before conveying some of the risks from youth produced sexual imagery and revenge porn and grooming. Additionally it addresses online dating, fake news, cyber security and includes significant content about online reputation.


Online safety and the law

KS 4 : Online Safety (Last updated: 16/10/2019)

This presentation is designed for delivery at key stage 4, specifically year 10. It covers a wide range of themes including bullying, sexting, grooming as well as an optional section on cyber security. It also discusses our image online (‘instaface’) and how this can affect our well being. This session may draw out some sensitive issues and discussion with the class teacher and safeguarding lead should happen in advance of the session. If you have any concerns in delivering this module, speak with your local YIO or the youth services team at HQ.


Online Safety for Parents (Primary)

Parents : Online Safety (Last updated: 26/05/2021)

This presentation for parents covers engaging with children with what they are doing online, where to find support and what risks to look for in regard to keeping them safe.


Our online friends

KS 1 : Online Safety (Last updated: 12/01/2022)

This 20-30 minute product is designed for key stage one and specifically year 2. It discusses how we get online and what sites and apps we use. It highlights the difference between an online and offline friend and how to tell how online friends may not always be what they seem. Using Lee and Kim video from ThinkUKnow, we learn the top tips about staying safe online.


Protective Behaviours

KS 2, KS 3 : Personal Safety (Last updated: 24/11/2022)

In this broad topic, that can be delivered 1:1 or in larger groups, young people can express how they feel when dealing with risky situations. Designed to identify how our body tells us it’s worried, the session promotes conversation and recognising risk



KS 4 : Exploitation (Last updated: 10/02/2020)

This short presentation and accompanying video discuss the risks of online behaviour that can result in exploitation. Ensure you watch the video fully before delivery.


Staying Safe online

KS 2 : Online Safety (Last updated: 23/06/2022)

This presentation designed for year 6 students provides guidance upon how to stay safe online, including keeping profiles private, how to share appropriately and sets up some scenarios for discussion. The objectives for the session are to advise students how to behave online and to understand online etiquette.



KS 2 : Violence (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

This presentation for year 5 and 6 students discusses what a weapon is, followed by the law and consequences. It also looks at recognising fake and real weapons.


Weapons (Generic)

KS 3 : Violence (Last updated: 13/07/2022)

  • What is a weapon?
  • Why might someone carry a weapon?
  • Understanding the law
  • School and police actions
  • Risks of carrying weapons
  • What can I do if I think someone is carrying a weapon?


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