STAR project delivers Prevention and Education workshops to children and young people in schools, colleges, universities and other youth settings.
This award-winning project engaged over 13,000 young people last year with workshops / sessions that aim to spark conversations that get young people thinking about what healthy relationships look like, as well as how to recognise and get help with unhealthy relationships or situations.
Focused on preventing abuse in all its forms, STAR’s approach takes a wide perspective, engaging with topics from consent, peer pressure, pornography, sexting, social media & gaming to internet safety and mental health. STAR’s work complements and expands the standard PSHE and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) within national curriculum.
Our sessions can be developed to fit existing education schedules, and we can work with you to tailor content specifically to the needs presented by the class or group.
We also offer small bespoke groups in school settings, for example, for young people from BAMER groups who are finding relationships in and outside of school challenging.