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Expect respect educational toolkit

A toolkit which provides lesson plans for each year group within schools from reception class to year 13 and is based on themes that have been found to be effective in tackling domestic abuse. The toolkit is mainly aimed at teachers, but can be used by other professionals working with children and young people. The toolkit is available on the Women’s Aid website: www.womensaid.org.uk

Spiralling DVD and toolkit

Educational toolkit and film to help prevent domestic abuse in the next generation, with activities for children and young people. The toolkit is available from the Bristol Domestic Abuse Forum website: www.bdaf.org.uk

Teacher’s guide to violence and abuse in teenage relationships

Resource available for teachers to raise awareness and understanding of teenage relationship abuse. This resource may also be useful for other practitioners working with children and young people. Resource is available from the Home Office Website: www.homeoffice.gov.uk

Back on Track DVD

DVD produced by young people working with Survive’s Back On Track programme for children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse. This can be used to support any specific session plans around domestic abuse. You can view the DVD on the Survive website:  http://survivedv.org.uk  Take out For a copy of the DVD, please contact: South Gloucestershire Council Community Safety Team: Email: communitysafetyteam@southglos.gov.uk  Tel: 01454 868751

Bespoke lesson plans

South Gloucestershire Council Community Safety Team and Survive can be contacted to assist in developing specific lesson plans or educational
resources to suit the needs of your school or organisation. For further enquiries please contact: South Gloucestershire Council Community Safety Team: Email: communitysafetyteam@southglos.gov.uk  Tel: 01454 868751

Survive: Email:info@survivedv.org.uk  Tel:0117 9612999  Website: www.survivedv.org.uk

The police can also be contacted to support school assemblies and work with your organisation to develop lesson plans