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  • My young person is shy and is worried about being asked to take part in something she doesn't want to.
    We understand that coming to a workshop like this can be a scary thing to do. It’s very brave to even consider it for many young people. We are sensitive to this and work with the group to build friendship and confidence to try things out. We discuss the day and young people create a space where they know they can engage as much as they feel they want to.
  • Can we speak to you before we attend?
    Yes. We have a pre attendance call to parents and guardians before the workshop.
  • I'd like to stay with my young person.
    Every young person is different and we want to facilitate what is best for them. Sometimes a parent or guardian joins for a few minutes at the beginning until the main session starts. There is a cafe area for parents who then wish to remain in the building. In our pre-attendance call we discuss this and how best to manage it.
  • What happens at lunchtime?
    We stay in the community centre at lunchtime as we retain responsibility for the young people. We request that all attendees bring a packed lunch.
  • Where will you be and who else will be with you?
    We will be in workshop room at the community centre for the day. There is access to toilets, a canteen area and refreshments. I will be joined by my co-facilitator on the day ensuring there are two adults with the group.
  • Will you do other workshops for different ages?
    Yes, we’ll be running the workshop again for other ages.
  • What is your safeguarding policy
    Our detailed safeguarding policy document can be found here. “We believe that children and young people should never experience abuse of any kind. We have a responsibility to promote the welfare of all children and young people, to keep them safe and to practise in a way that protects them”
  • Any other questions
    Please contact me on if you have any other questions or through the contact page on the website.
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