Here at the Lifewise Centre, we deliver and manage many different and bespoke projects to a diverse audience within the community. These include:-
a. Internet safety to school year groups
b. Events for vulnerable people
c. Events for Epic relating to diverting people away from crime
d. Events for home schooled and foster children
e. Asylum seekers and refugees awareness of life in the U.K.
f. Community Service Accreditation Scheme training
g. South Yorkshire Police cadet scheme
h. South Yorkshire Police Volunteers scheme
Crucial Crew is an interactive, engaging, but also fun, personal safety educational provision managed by South Yorkshire Police, but delivered in collaboration with South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue and South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership.
The educational provision is a free offer to all mainstream primary schools, Special Educational Needs schools at Pupil Referral Units and Learning Centres in South Yorkshire.
The mainstream provision is offered to Year 6 pupils, where they take part in eight different scenarios during the day to learn how to keep themselves safe whether in the home or outside and the consequences of committing crime.
The Special Educational Needs provision is tailored to sessions that address personal safety to assist in independent living and in school activities. The sessions help reinforce safety messages in school by taking part in interactive activities and physically demonstrating their knowledge in a realistic setting.
Sessions are offered on a basis of a half day or full day, based on need, and are open to Y6 primary pupils until sixth form.
The Pupil Referral Unit and Learning Centre provision is again tailored to suit the audience and the personal safety messages that would be beneficial to the pupils. This provision is offered on a half day basis and covers 5 valuable scenarios for Y6 primary pupils until Y11 secondary school age pupils.
The Guns and Knives Takes Lives Initiative, provides an hour long effective and impactive presentation, which educates the school pupils in years 7,8,10,11,12 on the dangers of carrying and using these weapons as well as the following topics:
Law on knives
Knives and associated injuries
Operation Sceptre – Knife Crime
Home Office #knife free campaign
Law on guns
Law on using others to carry weapons
Advice on disposal of weapons
YOURLIFE YOUR CHOICE, provides an 80-minute, hearts and mind presentation, which educates the school pupils in year 9 on the potential dangers of getting involved with gangs (Organised crime groups).
What are the consequences for the gang members and then the consequences for others, victims and family members.
Where and how to get help if you are involved with a gang.