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“Power for Good” Calendar for 2017 launched

This week we are busy delivering our new look calendar  for 2017 to schools around the city, look out for your copy in your child’s book bag. If you would like a copy please do get in touch,  or to find out more about our work take a look at our “About Us” section.  

Beautifully re-furbished Training Room available for hire!

Looking for new meeting space? Need more room for group training? Located in Portslade, our fully-equipped training room overlooks the beautiful grounds of the Emmaus complex. Escape the city and enjoy the benefits of free on-street parking, great views, the on-site cafe and a large relaxed space suitable for up to 30 people. To help make your event a success flipchart paper, free Wi-Fi access and use of a projector which easily connect to a laptop, are included in the … Read more

Anti-Bullying Week

On Thursday 17th November 54 children from local Brighton & Hove schools, took a trip on the British Airways i360 as part of anti-bullying week.  This national event coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. The theme in 2016 was ‘Power for Good’ and to highlight this we were joined by pupils and staff from Longhill High School, Mile Oak Primary, St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary … Read more

Safety Rocks Autumn 2016

We produce termly newsletters for parents and carers providing useful information and tips about child safety issues and the support that is available. Produced in partnership with the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (LSCB), Safety Rocks is distributed via primary and secondary schools in Brighton & Hove, or you can read the latest editions using the links below. Safety Rocks -Autumn-2016  The latest edition looks at how we can use our ‘Power for Good’ to stop bullying and how by showing each … Read more

New Website Launched

We do hope you like our new look website.  Click through to the different pages and links to find about the different type of work we do with children, young people and families. You will also see the range of training that we provide and there are details of how to sign up to our DBS service. You can also get involved and support our work by taking part in an event for us, holding a dress down day at … Read more

Sponsored cyber silence

The advance of technology has changed the world and how we interact with each other but can you remember choosing to live and be connected like this? Following on from our online safety conference we challenged people to think about their use of technology and to take back some control. During July we invited friends, family, class mates, teachers, colleagues and anyone else to take part in the challenge – we had some great examples including; no work emails at home, social media free evenings, turning … Read more

Safety Net is 20!

Safety Net held a night to remember at The Old Ship Hotel in Brighton to celebrate 20 years of their work supporting children and young people in Brighton & Hove.  Safety Net has been working to keep children and young people safe both locally and further afield since 1995. Taking place on the 25th November 2015, Safety Net held a special Awards ceremony in The Paganini Ballroom at the Old Ship Hotel in Brighton where over 100 people showed up … Read more

anti-bullying week reflections

Our Children and Young People’s Team had a busy week last week delivering assemblies (against some highly stacked technical odds!)  !The theme was Let’s Stop Bullying for All, with a focus on children with seen and unseen disabilities who are twice as likely to experience bullying than those without. As usual, work began early with a session for 20 children with varying levels of disability during half term in partnership with Extra time, with much planning by Safety Net team … Read more