"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 and for parents and carers through video conferencing. This is a FREE 90-minute workshop for young people aged 9-16 who are dealing with a bullying situation, or have experienced bullying. ZAP provides young people with a range of tools to increase assertiveness, build confidence and help manage bullying situations. It is expected that parents or carers will be present with their children, or at the very least nearby, for the workshop. As part of ZAP Community Online we also provide a supporting session for parents and carers.
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).
📅 Monday 15th February 2021 -4.30pm - 6pm
📅 Tuesday 2nd March 2021 - 4.30pm -6pm
FREE Digital Safety Workshops for parents and carers
We also offer FREE digital safety workshops for parents and carers. The Workshop is for 90 minutes and aims to equip parents and carers with knowledge to understand the many positives of the digital world and the potential risks. During the workshop parents will learn about harmful content, cyberbullying, gaming, live-streaming, grooming, popular apps and much more. To sign up for this email firstname.lastname@example.org.
📅 Thursday 21st January - 4.30pm – 6pm
📅 Wednesday 17th February - 4.30pm – 6pm
📅 Wednesday 17th March - 4.30pm – 6pm
Our work changes lives
A gift of just £3 per month can help us reach children and young people who need our support. Our work changes lives, with children and families feeling less alone, more hopeful and stronger than ever.