Our workshop addresses gender stereotyping and associated behaviour. We question the way that young boys view each other and how they interact with girls and women. It is free of charge to all London schools and is currently in its second year after a very successful pilot year. It is:
3 hours long. We prefer to work with all the boys in a yeargroup at once, in groups of around 20.
Designed and written with leading professionals in the education sector, all of whom have experience in sex and relationships education and in designing leadership programmes.
Relevant as part of the PSHE or Citizenship curriculum.
A contributory provision towards a schools’ Public Duty to prepare students for adult life and equip them with the tools to explore social issues critically.
We have a team of dedicated volunteer facilitators to deliver the workshop, all of whom go through a rigorous screening process and take part in an intensive training program. This includes coaching in facilitation and in how to explore sensitive issues such as sexuality, relationships and domestic violence.
Book a workshop here.