The aim of The Gingerbread project is to deliver a unique and extensive Protective Behaviours programme for pupils between 4-11 years in a Primary School setting. Using a wrap-around approach and keeping the pupil’s needs central, the main themes and strategies of the Protective Behaviours process will provide essential safeguarding practice for children, school staff and parents/carers.
This programme enables children to explore the sense of feeling safe and learn strategies to keep themselves feeling safe whenever they may feel unsafe. The principles and practices of Protective Behaviours encourage children to become more assertive around their own and others emotional wellbeing, developing and maintaining safe and healthy relationships.
Engaging parents for a brief introduction to our project to ensure shared meaning between parents, pupils and staff, maintaining protective behaviours practice.
Introducing ourselves to pupils and staff by providing an overview of whats to come with our time at your school.
We will provide three workshops from Reception to Year 6 tailored to each year group introducing pupils to the concept of feeling safe through the principles and strategies of protective behaviours.
We will end our time with you by celebrating the work of pupils and staff, reinforcing the message we all have the right to feel safe all the time.
We will provide resources to support the ongoing practice of Protective Behaviours within your school.
We tailor our services to meet the needs of individuals and groups, therefore if you are interested in The Gingerbread Project it can be delivered in a variety of ways which include:
1 - Whole school approach - School assembly, Parent workshop, delivery of 3 sessions per year group, and resources
2 - Selected year groups
3 - Small group work for 6 weeks
4 - One to one sessions
Please call 02476 445439 and speak with us regarding your service needs and we will provide you with a tailored service.