Life Skills

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Detached teamACTIVITY WORKER
Ann Nicholls

Session Examples Include:

Alcohol Awareness
Information on drinking and how it can affect people’s lives – Young People can also try out the beer goggles to see how it feels to be drunk.

Drugs Awareness
Information about drugs. Young people can look at the drugs box and learn how to identify them with information about the dangers of taking drugs, including legal highs.

Consequences Sessions
Although targeted at young people who are at risk of or involved in anti-social behaviour or criminal damage, these sessions are valuable to all young people as they look at and debate the consequences of individual’s behaviour.

Healthy Relationships
A basic awareness course looking at Positive Relationships with young people by discussing issues around domestic abuse, CSE, best delivered over more than one session.

Emotional Wellbeing
This session or sessions are about enabling young people to manage difficult emotions, how build self esteem and confidence.

Delivery: Sessions can be delivered as one off activities or a series of sessions. Tailored projects on request.
Numbers of Young People: There is no minimum or maximum numbers for these sessions.
Delivery Requirements: Appropriate space to enable discussion work.
Availability: Spring Term 8th January – 12th April
Daytime: Monday to Sunday
Evenings: Monday to Sunday

Activities and sessions can be designed or modified to suit your requirements.

TO BOOK AN ACTIVITY WORKER CONTACT SARAH MASON – manager@wayworcester.org