Workshop dates

 "May I just say a big thank you ! I can’t explain how much that talk changed me. I became more confident and started to move on and leave the past behind. So much that I have a main part in school musical and I never thought I could do that. The campaign meant a lot since I knew I wasn’t alone, I found friends and learnt tips on how I could handle myself as a target of bullying." 

We are currently delivering ZAP workshops for children, young people, parents and carers through our virtual delivery platform.

ZAP is a FREE 90-minute workshop for young people aged 9-16 who are dealing with a bullying situation, or have experienced bullying. We provide young people with a range of tools to help manage and defuse bullying situations. The workshop is proven to increase assertiveness, build resilience, empower confidence and raise self-esteem. 

It is expected that parents and carers will be present with their children during the workshop.  As part of ZAP Community Online a supporting virtual session for parents and carers will take place shortly after the children's workshop. 

If you would like to take part in a ZAP Community Online workshop please register below (please note that some information requested on the form may not be applicable at the current time). 

Upcoming ZAP Community Online Workshop dates:

📅 Monday 17th January 2022 - 4.30pm -6.00pm | Parent session starts at 6.30pm - 8.30pm

📅 Monday 31st January 2022 - 4.30pm -6.00pm | Parent session starts at 6.30pm - 8.30pm

📅 Tuesday 8th February 2022 - 4.30pm -6.00pm | Parent session starts at 6.30pm - 8.30pm


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