Our peer-on-peer abuse & relationships sessions explore the importance of permission-seeking and giving in relationships with friends, peers and adults. We will also talk about how people sometimes behave differently online, including by pretending to be someone they are not.
Our workshops help children discover what sorts of boundaries are appropriate in friendships with peers and others and will empower them to keep themselves and others free from harm.
Workshops are deigned for KS2, are delivered face to face in school and last 1 hour in duration.
For full information of how these sessions are mapped to the RSHE curriculum click below
As part of our offer, we have sessions available for staff and parents which you can access either individually, or as part of a package. See below for further details.
Can choose up to 3 of the following subjects:
CREW was the Second pupil workshop we have used from ECP and was excellent. The course is interesting, informative and engaging. The trainers use real life scenarios and experiences to really make pupils think out of the box. The course was tailored to our own requirement and the trainer was able to manage our pupils who have SEMH needs well. Our Key Stage 4 pupils were particularly engaged in the sessions and found the activities very thought provoking. I would fully recommend this course for groups of children in both mainstream or SEMH provisions. Thanks ECP
Just wanted to say that you, last week's C-R-E-W sessions were brilliant. The class took so much information away from the sessions. It has been a pleasure to have ECP working with our Y6 classes for the past few years.
Many thanks for all your help and support as we planned out what is usually a very complicated day. We were really impressed with the range of C-R-E-W workshops and will be looking to incorporate these into our student inset days moving forwards.