An enrichment programme for Secondary school children. Young people can learn DJ skills, lyric writing and rapping skills in the 12 week long workshops. (See flyer attached).
Young people from Bradford, Craven and Calderdale have created an exciting movement aimed at addressing issues around inequality, discrimination, loneliness, poverty and prejudice that impact on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people
in the area. Their campaign, titled Kindness, Compassion and Understanding (KCU) aims to inspire people to make a conscious effort to promote kindness and empathy to friends, family, peers and people within their community – in short, an anti-bullying campaign
with a difference. This campaign is designed for any aged school child and can be delivered to a class or year group at a time.
All Star Youth Ents have created a competition for primary aged children to design their own KCU mascot. (See 3 flyers and comms attached).
Free Mental health & Wellbeing Webinars for students, delivered digitally, directly into the classroom. Primary and Secondary aged students can take part in the virtual session. (see YiM flyer attached).
For further information about any of the offers please contact Charlie.Jerram@bradford.gov.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org