Children and Young People
We work with children and young people aged 8 – 16 who live or go to school in the Brighton & Hove area. We offer support for a variety of issues to primary and secondary schools and in the community, for example we’ve worked with children who are home educated, MEND, after school clubs, OASIS, Young Carers Project, Mosaic, and Extratime. Sessions are delivered using art, games, role play, discussion and conversation, film and photography, comics and music.
We offer support to children and young people who:
have experienced bullying
have low self-esteem or confidence
have difficulties with peer relationships
have difficulties with emotional regulation
have experienced issues with online safety
have a lack awareness of consequences
feel unsafe in their community or school
want to have a say
need to learn more about who to talk to and their safe network
would benefit from learning life skills about assertiveness
are making the transition to secondary school
would like to learn more about keeping themselves safe.
We offer SNAP Primary and Secondary, SNAP-ITS, Playground Buddy and Peer Mediators training, Personal Safety Sessions, Transition Support, Feeling Good Feeling Safe for parents and children, Safe Journeys to School and Online Safety Sessions.
Children and parents can visit the website www.safetynetkids.org.uk which has lots of top tips and fun things to do.