Our anti-crime workshop is 90 minutes in duration for young people and pupils. It outlines the futility of crime and the impact of a criminal record and a prison sentence on the future of young people in particular. We have been delivering these workshops since February 2012 and have received considerable support from the various places we have visited. Our workshop is aimed at educating young people in regards to environmental anti-social behaviour, focusing on social responsibilities; crime diversion; attitudes and consequential thinking, all of which are aimed at deterring young people at risk of offending or re-offending from entering the Criminal Justice System. We seek to help young people achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as law-abiding citizens and as members of their local community. It is the most popular module for all the schools we visit annually. The workshop covers the following:
Drugs and alcohol
Making The Right Choices In Life
Exploring real prison clothing, bedding, plates, bowl, cutlery and many more with pupils to deter them
Consequences of a criminal record
Drugs and Alcohol
SUBSTANCE MISUSE WORKSHOP
Sometimes young people may become involved in crime in order to fund their substance misuse or may have offended and then started misusing substances under the influence of peers. The link between substance misuse and offending behaviour is long established. Our substance misuse workshop is 60 minutes in duration and explore with young people and pupils about the following:
The different ranges of substance misuse which may/could be abused and their effects in particular, cannabis, legal highs, solvents, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy/MDNA, alcohol/binge drinking
Exploring the possible indicators of substance misuse in terms of their physical, behavioural, social and emotional
Exploring the visual physical detrimental effects of substance misuse on known celebrities and other people.
Exploring the law relating to drugs
Exploring what constitutes harm
Signposting the range of substance misuse services available to young people and pupils locally and nationally.
We use DUST Referral to refer vulnerable people to Addaction who are the experts in Kent to follow up the referral with intensive support.
Our anti-bullying module workshop is 50 minutes in duration for pupils. The workshop is PSHE focused and the purpose is to raise awareness and STOP bullying amongst young people. The workshop covers the following:
What is bullying?
The law relating to bullying
Types of bullying
Signs of bullying
Effects of bullying
The risk factors
Why some pupils bully others?
How we can stop bullies?
Group exercise with pupils on how bullying makes us feel?
Myth or Fact competition about bullying with pupils
ANTI-RACISM AND DIVERSITY WORKSHOP
Our racism & diversity module workshop is 40 minutes in duration for young people and pupils. The workshop is PSHE focused to educate and raise awareness that we are all equal and one human race and no one should treat anyone unfairly or unequal. The workshop covers the following:
What is racism and looking at race, colour, prejudice, nationality
What set some people aside from others?
What does the law say about treating people who are different?
What differences does the law recognise?
Exploring racially or religiously aggravated offences
Exploring the Section 4a Public Order Act
Exploring sexuality, diversity, gender, age, disability, religion and Ethnicity
Our prison workshop is 90 minutes in duration for young people and pupils. This workshop not only show young people and educate them around the penal & criminal justice system in the UK but, it serve as a deterrent in opening the eyes of young people. Through our workshops, we plan to reduce the numbers of young people who believe that crime is ‘cool’ and, mistakenly, that a prison term will give them credibility with their peers. The workshop covers the following:
The different categories of our prison estate in the UK
Exploring the average budget it cost a prison to hold one young person in custody
Exploring the different prisons that exist for the differing age groups [10-15 yrs. olds], [15-21 yrs. old] and [21 yrs. and above]
Exploring and discussing the different types of prison cells that exist for men/boys and women/girls in the UK.
Exploring and discussing the prison routine, lock-up and regime
Exploring prison designer wear and what prisoners wear in custody. Real items are presented to young people and pupils to touch, feel and try on.
Prison education department
Prison jobs and wages
Consequences of going to prison and a criminal record
OUR OPERATIONAL AREA AND FEES
For all secondary/high school workshops delivered in West Kent (in green excluding Medway), we charge £245 for a single session and can deliver a maximum of two sessions for a total of £345 in one visit in the same venue.
For all primary school workshops delivered in West Kent (in green excluding Medway), we charge £125 for a single session.
As we are a West Kent based local charity, for all secondary/high school workshops delivered outside of our coverage area of West Kent (coverage area colour of yellow and red/pink) due to the travel and mileage involve, we charge £345 for a single session and can deliver a maximum of two sessions for a total of £445 in one visit in the same venue.
For all primary school workshops delivered outside of our coverage area of West Kent (coverage area colour of yellow and red/pink), we charge £200 for a single session.
We only invoice after the workshop and only on the basis that your students/clients and your staff were satisfied with the content, impact and delivery of the session. With our ‘No Risk’ fee charging policy, if you are not satisfied with our workshop for any reason, we shall not invoice you and you will receive no further contact from us, now or in the future.
All of Reform Restore Respect services to the community are developed to be PSHE focused for schools, early intervention, educative, reduce crime and youth offending, improve community safety and help individuals achieve in schools with qualifications. Our Workshops will not only help the young people but also help professionals who work with vulnerable young people and adults to understand their ‘world’, thinking and lives to help and improve their work in supporting them.