Face It - Social and Emotional Wellbeing Training for Young People at risk of exclusion

Age range: 11 - 25 | Price: Free | Project by: Khulisa
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About Project

Face It' is Khulisa's FREE Social and Emotional skills training programme for young people at risk of exclusion.

The programme is run within secondary schools.

We provide specialist emotional and social skills training for young people who are at risk of being excluded from school, and are at risk of becoming involved in youth violence and crime.

We offer targeted and long term support to help children develop the social and emotional skills (including consequential thinking, coping strategies for anxiety and emotional regulation), the emotional resilience and self-confidence they need to make more positive choices in their lives.

We will support 180 young people over three years by partnering with up to 15 schools with high levels of exclusions and challenges with disruptive behaviours.

Our project is proven to empower young people to understand and address the root causes of their violent behaviours. As such, the short term outcomes are related to a young person's ability to identify, understand and respond more positively to their emotions.
Having developed and practised using these new life-long skills, we will see young people feeling more confident, more motivated and more able to make more positive choices in their lives. Ultimately, we hope to see them engaging in positive activities, for example engaging more fully in their education, taking on roles of responsibility or volunteering in the community, and preparing for a successful transition into adult life. Conversely, through the programme we hope to successfully divert young people away from crime and becoming involved in youth violence.

Project availability

16/03/2021-16/03/2022

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In-person Support In-person Support
Target Young People
Cost Free
Age of participants 11 - 25
Available from - to 16/03/2021-16/03/2022
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Khulisa

Khulisa

32 Cubitt St, 32 Cubitt Street
London, WC1X 0LS
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