KidSafe UK Helping Children Protect Themselves
KidSafe UK Children’s Mental Health and Safeguarding programmes provide primary and special schools with training materials enabling staff to deliver up to 100 hours of scripted age appropriate PSHE lessons directly to children from EYFS to Y6.
KidSafe UK Children’s Mental Health and Safeguarding Training Kit provides primary schools with a robust, early intervention programme of works by training members of school staff to become fully skilled and confident to deliver scripted lessons directly to all primary aged children.
Delivery is in a child friendly, non-shattering of innocence way and deals with any issue that may impact on children’s mental health and emotional wellbeing, including: bullying/cyber bullying, harm as a result of accessing harmful material online, peer pressure, anger, domestic and sexual abuse, positive mental health and emotional wellbeing with age appropriate programmes starting from EYFS. The EYFS programme meets PSED early learning goals.
There is no use of explicit language or materials used in any KidSafe UK lessons, the programme is used in 100’s of primary and special schools in the North of England, our work is fully supported by school staff, governor’s, parent/carers and most importantly the children themselves who thoroughly enjoy participating and learning skills to keep themselves safe.
KidSafe UK addresses all aspects of children’s safety and meet many statutory requirements for schools, including: Ofsted, KCSiE including peer-on-peer abuse, Prevent Strategy, PSHE and parts of the RSE curriculum, evidence is provided for schools.
KidSafe UK continues to focus on the solution not the problem. Working in the heart of education for the last twenty years we see first-hand the struggle schools face with support services saturated and dealing with only the most extreme cases, so much harm could be prevented if you educate children thoroughly, at an early age, enabling them to recognise and deal effectively with any issue that may impact on their mental health and emotional wellbeing.