Date and Time
Thursday 11 February 2021 (13:00 to 15:00)
Free (£30.00 non-members)
This meeting of our termly Safeguarding Network welcomes input from Gill Brailey, Director of Learning, National Justice Museum who will be sharing detail of their contemporary, bespoke Choices and Consequences exhibition.
The exhibition has been designed in conjunction with the Ben Kinsella Trust, and today’s input will offer information on available tours and workshops which highlight the dangers of knife crime. Rob Clark, Operations Manager, for the Trust will explain why they are keen to encourage young people to experience the exhibition; and as a Safeguarding Lead/Representative, you will have an opportunity to learn more about what the exhibition can offer, and how the experience can benefit young people.
The Trust is keen to encourage young people to visit the experience, and you will learn more about how the exhibition includes a combination of role play, video testimonies featuring real life stories, quizzes and surveys which are displayed in a variety of different themed rooms. In addition, information will be provided on the range of guided tours that are available, all of which are delivered by trained facilitators and actors who provide age-appropriate guidance, interaction and content.
Facilitated by Karen Plowman, Head of Professional Development, Skills and Education Group, this informative and interactive Zoom event will offer you an opportunity to find out more about the dangers of knife crime and what resources are available to support you when working with young people who may be affected.