SNAP sessions use Protective Behaviours (a safety awareness and resilience building programme) to teach children to keep themselves safe in a range of situations both at school and in their communities.
SNAP Primary is offered to children aged 8 – 11 in small or larger groups and 1:1. These sessions have been delivered into many schools in the Brighton and Hove area supporting children with a variety of issues.
Feedback from parent:
“J started off school a bit shaky, but she is much happier, It’s such a relief. She is not sitting with that group of girls and is forming other friendships, which is great. There were a couple of minor beginnings of things in the playground, but J felt she could use her new skills, and was fine about it, and then they left her alone.”
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SNAP Secondary is offered to children aged 11-16. These sessions are generally issue based and have covered topics including body image, assertiveness, online safety, bullying with both victim and perpetrator. Please contact Katie.Cotterellsnow@safety-net.org.uk
Parents and children can visit the kids website to learn more about SNAP