We offer a wide range of workshops that are designed for secondary schools.
All of our sessions are high-quality, interactive and engaging. We base our work on active learning techniques and will work with you to tailor the workshop(s) to suit the needs of your learners.
We can offer standalone workshops or a series of sessions, and are happy to work in PSHE and other subject lessons. We also provide a programme of workshops that are suitable for tutor time slots.
We deliver assemblies too; These can be standalone or followed up with a workshop in lesson or tutor time.
On the ‘About Us’ page of our website you can find out more about our 9 Key Areas of work. You can also find out much more by downloading a copy of our brochure, below.
The brochure gives more information about how we work, as well as detailing outlines of many of the different workshops that we offer.
All of our workshops for schools are offered free of charge.
Download a copy of our brochure here:
We will be launching our new primary schools programme in 2017/2018.
From an early age, children are trying to make sense of the world around them and how they arrived in it. At primary school there is a key opportunity to deliver programmes that support the child’s personal development and provide a foundation for the PSHE programme that the children will move on to receive in their secondary schools.
This is an important stage, where age-appropriate PSHE should work to develop children’s confidence in talking, listening and thinking about feelings and relationships.
Children should learn how to protect themselves, both online and in the real world, and how to ask for help and support. It is also important to work with them to make sure that they are prepared for puberty and understand the changes that are starting to take place in their bodies.
At YouMatter we recognise that this is a key stage and we have developed some workshops specifically for delivery in primary schools.
If you are interested in being part of our pilot scheme, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07797 969886.