Posted: Wed, 23 Jan 2019 13:14
Kidscape are the UK's longest running anti-bullying charity. They are offering schools the opportunity to take part in a free 'ZAP in Schools' programme, supporting children from a young age to recognise bullying behaviour, and have the skills to deal with it. For many years they have delivered their ZAP programme to children and families in the community and now want to reach many more children through their new ZAP in Schools programme.
This is delivered through a school assembly and 2 hour workshops aimed at children in years 5 and 6. Children who participate in the programme will:
- Understand what bullying behaviour is (including the difference between teasing, friendship fall-outs and bullying),
- Have a range of Kidscape ZAP tools to deal with bullying behaviour (e.g. understanding assertive behaviour, the power of voice and posture, fogging)
- Know who to ask for help if they or others are being bullied
If you would like to find out more please see the attached document and contact Julie.email@example.com
Posted: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 08:00
ZAP involves day-long practical workshops for groups of children who are bullied, teaching them assertiveness skills to deal with bullying situations, and increasing confidence and self-esteem. It also involves a half-day session for their parents where they are given expert knowledge in how to best support their child.
The Kidscape ZAP workshop dates for the next two terms in Leicester City Centre at the LCB Depot, Rutland Street, between 10am and 3.30pm:
28th September: 12-16 year olds
23rd November: 9-11 year olds
7th December: 12-16 year olds
8th February: 9-11 year olds
1st March: 12-16 year olds
For further information, please read the leaflet below.
Posted: Fri, 07 Apr 2017 09:54
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Posted: Mon, 01 Aug 2016 11:28
Kidscape, a national children's charity, runs free ZAP workshops in Leicester for young people aged 9-16 who have experienced bullying, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. Click here for dates: