Our anti-knife crime campaign seeks to raise awareness of knife crime, the impact this can have on everybody involved, the community, what knife crime is and where young people can go for advice and reporting.
To support this we are asking schools to give consideration to refreshing the awareness amongst students. We are facilitating a number of free workshops via Microsoft Teams aimed at children and young people. Each session will last approximately 40 minutes and then 20 minutes for questions and answers.
|26 April 2021||10am||[email protected]|
|27 April 2021||9am||[email protected]|
|28 April 2021||10am||[email protected]|
|29 April 2021||9:15am||[email protected]|
|30 April 2021||9am||[email protected]|
Information required when booking
- School name
- Year group
- Anticipated number of pupils
- Preferred session time
- Contact name and email address for each class
Workshops will be facilitated by Katie Hudson (Children & Young Persons Officer) and James Edmondston (Substance Misuse Officer). You can follow Katie and James on Twitter via @LPStaySafe
We are hoping that some classes from your school/college may be able to attend and participate in a short Q&A after each workshop.
For additional details or to book a place(s) on a workshop, please email [email protected]
We are conscious schools have different lesson times, therefore if the above times do not fit please let us know suitable alternatives and we will give consideration to providing additional inputs dependent upon existing commitments.