Let’s Talk Sex and Stop Baby Ahead!
Factual, non – biased, safe sex and relationships
The Teenage Research Unlimited reported 61% of teens, boys and girls, have been in relationships where their partner has made them feel bad about themselves.
1 in 4 teenagers say it is ok for a partner to be “really jealous” sometimes. And 34% of boys said it was alright to pressure girls into having sex if they have had it before.
These statistics are shockingly sad. That is why we believe it is fundamental to focus on the real issues surrounding sex, such as, teenage pregnancy, domestic violence, pornography, abuse and let’s not forget, love.
With high quality, age – appropriate, non judgmental forums on sex and relationships, we will have a generation who are empowered to make informed choices about their bodies and future.
Stop Baby Ahead is a preventative workshop looking at the practical, financial and emotional consequences of becoming a teenage parent.
Let’s Talk Sex is a series of topics which be tailored to create a unique workshop to suit you and your students needs. The project includes but is not limited to:
For further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 01903 872 849 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“TAKE A STEP FORWARD” is this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) theme and we have availability for two remaining slots to come into YOUR school and inspire your students during the week – on 18th and 19th November.
Whether you’ve done something before with Enterprise, Entrepreneurship or WRL (or not), we will be able to support your quest to develop Entrepreneurship in your students…during GEW or any other time you need us!
To make it easy for you to support GEW 2013 (and develop your students’ skills) we provide a range of workshops and easy-to-use resources, have a look at our dedicated GEW 2013 page here: http://www.innovativeenterprise.co.uk/Schools/Page.aspx?Id=93
Don’t take our word for it, here’s a testimonial: “Innovative Enterprise’s presentation style is inspiring and inclusive, and rapidly draws in even those whose approach to regular lessons can be more sceptical. The management of the students is probably the best I’ve seen from anyone who is not a professional full-time teacher- the balance of excitement and containment is often something that outside speakers & others involved in schools liaison find challenging, but this was spot-on”.
Get in touch now for GEW 2013 and beyond! email@example.com or freephone 0800 434 6424.
What is the most effective way of encouraging parents, who have visited once or twice but then drifted away, to return to your centre?
A recent report from the Children’s Society confirms what I think many of us have known for a long time – that it is the poorer parents who are struggling to access the support that is available through Sure Start.
Such parents and carers may well turn up once or twice but then stop, perhaps because of the distance or local transport problems involved in reaching the centre, perhaps because they are not sure of what services and sessions are available, or perhaps because of other commitments.
What is needed with such parents is a method of communication which fits in with the parents’ lifestyle, which is simple and low-cost to operate for the Centre and which is proven as a method of encouraging the lapsed parent to return.
What such a message can do is highlight the concept of using the Sure Start centre again and put this notion into the forefront of the parent’s mind.
The method that works singularly well in achieving this end is bulk text messaging.
Text messaging offers an instant, cheap and effective way of communicating, whether it is regarding reminders of session details or about changes of times. Parents can be divided into different groups (such as regulars, occasionals, once-visitors, etc) and messages can be tailored to each group.
What TextMine does is allow you to send bulk text messages to each selected group of people at very low cost.
To get started, all you need to do is to log on to the TextMine website, type your message as you would an email, choose your contacts and send. Your message is sent directly to the phones of the people you want, whether they have the newest Smart Phone or one of the older mobiles.