Programmes For Schools

Breaking the cycle early

  • 1 in 5 teenagers have been abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend
  • 1 in 3 teenagers said that a controlling partner had prevented them living their life
  • 27% teenage girls aged 13-17 have experienced sexual violence in their relationships
  • 40% teenage girls would consider giving their boyfriend another chance if he hit them
  • 1 in 3 girls aged 16-18 have experienced unwanted sexual touching in school
  • In 2016, a study found that children under 10 accounted for 22% of all porn viewers under 18.

Young people deserve healthy love, and they deserve to know and understand that they deserve healthy love. That’s why we deliver the following assemblies in Swale’s secondary schools.

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What we offer

Healthy & Toxic Relationships

Assembly or workshop

Suitable for: Year 12

We explore the red flags to look out for in a relationship, through a variety of scenarios and an animated video. We also look at which laws exist to address different types of abuse, what a healthy relationship looks like, and how to seek support.

Porn’s Impact on Intimate Relationships

Assembly or workshop

Suitable for: Year 13

We explore the male gaze and how the impact of porn and porn culture trickles down into our society, into us as individuals and into our intimate relationships. We also look at how porn impacts the brain, what healthy sex and intimacy are, and how to seek support.

We don’t charge a fee for the delivery of our assemblies in schools but we ask that the students organise a fundraiser in support of our work, with a minimum target of £200.

We believe this is a more meaningful way of engaging young people in community work.

Absolutely, we can also deliver bespoke sessions on specific topics related to domestic abuse depending on the needs of your school curriculum.

Just let us know in the enquiry form below.

Info cards for young people

For the 16 Days of Action campaign, in partnership with Swale Borough Council, we printed 2000 info cards for teenagers with gentle reminders of some of the signs of unhealthy and healthy relationships. If you’d like some for young people you work with in the community, please get in touch.

This is part of our awareness campaign for young people which can also be found online through the TikTok and Instagram accounts @doesitfeelwrong.

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Interested in us delivering sessions in your school?

If you would like to invite us to come and deliver assemblies or workshops to your students, or if you’d like some info cards for them, please fill out the form below.

Someone from our team will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your query.

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Speak to us

01795 417251

You can call us Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm