Secondary Schools

All Safety Box trainers have been checked and cleared to work with children by the criminal records bureau (CRB). They are all certified first aid workers (FAW) and experienced in conflict resolution.

In addition, trainers have been selected from a wide variety of complementary backgrounds including social work, counselling, education, local authority, law, security and police.

Police representatives and ex offenders help to run of some of the courses, providing additional background and authority that is easily recognised by students.

Classes include one-to-one training, off site work, fun based team work activities, short lectures using interactive video aids.

Our courses run throughout the spring, summer and autumn terms with controlled assessment. Summer holiday and extra-curricular courses are also run throughout the year.

Each module runs for one/two hours and is based on the national curriculum. We deliver short based programs (2 months) in addition to extended programs some lasting 24 months.

The programs have been run throughout the UK at schools, youth groups and universities with testimonials available elsewhere on this site.

70% of our courses are tailored to the specific needs of each school. Individual students will also have different requirements and our staff have the knowledge and experience to be able to adapt to personal needs.

 

Spring Term Courses (10 weeks)

The following list of programs run throughout the spring term and can be tailor made specifically to fit the needs of the school.

  • Money and Spending (PLTS/Functional Skills/PSHE)
  • Financial Awareness & Economic well being (PSHE/Functional Skills)
  • Building a business (Functional Skills/PLTS/Enterprise)
  • Entrepreneurship (Enterprise/Functional Skills)
  • What is Enterprise? (Enterprise/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Following your dreams (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • Striving for success (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • You are your own limit (PLTS/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Thinking about achievement (PLTS/Functional Skills) 
  • Awareness of unsafe environments (PSHE)
  • GCSE Preparation for Year 10/11 Motivation, Revision and Attainment
  • Anti Bullying (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Differences: Cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, gender and disabilities.
  • The ideal Citizen (Citizenship)
  • Beliefs and moral values (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Recognising your worth as an individuals (Citizenship)
  • Sex Education (PSHE)
  • The consequences of anti-social behaviour (PSHE)
  • Healthy Eating (PSHE)
  • Relationships (PSHE)
  • Respect and privacy (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • ‘Keeping your cool (Citizenship)’
  • Conflict Resolution (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Staying safe and away from harm (PSHE)
  • The Environment (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Young people and the Law (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Internet Safety (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Everything you need to know about social networking (PSHE)
  • Staying Safe on the streets, at home and to and from school (PSHE)
  • Challenging peer pressure (PSHE)
  • Planning and spotting danger (PSHE)
  • Travelling home on public transport (on and off site program)
  • The world beyond school (Citizenship/Functional Skills)
  • Staying safe when home alone (PSHE)
  • Fight or Flight response (The Science behind our bodies) (PSHE)
  • Carrying a weapon is NOT a game (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • Avoiding violence (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Dangers of Reacting (PSHE)
  • Non-aggressive Self Defence (PE/PSHE/Extended Schools) 
  • No need for fear (PSHE)
  • How to stay safe when it becomes physical (PE/PSHE) 
  • Dangers of being cut by a knife (What to do) (PSHE/PLTS)
  • DSRD Dynamic Simulation Responses (Physical) (PE/PLTS)
  • Self Defence & the Law (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Thinking and going beyond (Functional Skills) (Physical)
  • Nah blud, no shank program (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Challenge (PLTS/Functional Skills) - Intervention program
  • Aiming for excellence (PLTS)
  • African Caribbean Education (Citizenship)
  • Prison & the consequences -Intervention program
  • Alcohol and Drug addiction (PSHE)
  • Rape and sexual assault awareness (PSHE)
  • Studying, Jobs, Interview and CV writing (PSHE/Functional Skills)

Autumn Term Courses (6 - 7 Weeks)

The courses are run on a Autumn, Spring and Summer Term basis. Each program runs for 6 - 7 weeks and can be delivered either 1 hour or 2 hours per week. The courses outlined below are not a complete list of programs offered for a full description please view our brochure, the programs vary based on age and pupil needs.

  • GCSE Conflict and Cooperation (PSHE)
  • Financial Awareness & Economic well being (PSHE/Functional Skills)
  • Sex Education (PSHE)
  • Awareness of unsafe environments (PSHE)
  • The consequences of anti-social behaviour (PSHE)
  • GCSE Preparation for Year 10/11 Motivation, Revision and Attainment
  • Healthy Eating (PSHE)
  • Anti Bullying (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Differences: Cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, gender and disabilities
  • The ideal Citizen (Citizenship)
  • Beliefs and moral values (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Recognising your worth as an individuals (Citizenship)
  • Relationships (PSHE)
  • Respect and privacy (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • ‘Keeping your cool (Citizenship)’
  • Conflict Resolution (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Staying safe and away from harm (PSHE)
  • The Environment (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Young people and the Law (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Internet Safety (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Everything you need to know about social networking (PSHE)
  • Staying Safe on the streets, at home and to and from school (PSHE)
  • What is Enterprise? (Enterprise/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Following your dreams (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • Striving for success (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • You are your own limit (PLTS/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Thinking about achievement (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • Challenging peer pressure (PSHE)
  • GCSE Preparation for Year 10/11 Motivation, Revision and Attainment
  • Planning and spotting danger (PSHE)
  • Travelling home on public transport (on and off site program)
  • The world beyond school (Citizenship/Functional Skills)
  • Staying safe when home alone (PSHE)
  • Fight or Flight response (The Science behind our bodies) (PSHE)
  • Carrying a weapon is NOT a game (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • Avoiding violence (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Dangers of Reacting (PSHE)
  • Non-aggressive Self Defence (PE/PSHE/Extended Schools)
  • No need for fear (PSHE)
  • How to stay safe when it becomes physical (PE/PSHE)
  • Dangers of being cut by a knife (What to do) (PSHE/PLTS)
  • DSRD Dynamic Simulation Responses, Physical (PE/PLTS)
  • Self Defence & the Law (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Building a business (Functional Skills/PLTS/Enterprise)
  • Entrepreneurship (Enterprise/Functional Skills)
  • Thinking and going beyond (Functional Skills)
  • Nah blud, no shank program (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Challenge (PLTS/Functional Skills) - Intervention program
  • Aiming for excellence (PLTS)
  • African Caribbean Education (Citizenship)
  • Prison & the consequences (Citizenship) - Intervention program
  • Alcohol and Drug addiction (PSHE)
  • Rape and sexual assault awareness (PSHE)
 

Sample Half Term Course (5 Weeks)

Weeks 1 – 2 Modules (designed to teach conflict resolution, handling bullying, anger management and self control through the skills development process)

  • Conflict Resolution part 1 (Class room based – Workbook)
  • Anger Management (Class room based – Team Building)
  • Handling bullying part 1
  • Personality Types (Team Exercises)

Week 3 – 4 Modules (designed to teach verbal diffusion, non-reactive responses, personal safety on the streets, defensive postures and awareness, basic escapes)

  • Verbal Defence (Team Role Plays)
  • Reaction = Reaction
  • Mental Awareness
  • ‘Keeping your cool’
  • Posture in Attack Prevention (Group Work)
  • Avoiding Mobile phone theft
  • How to break fall (Physical)

Week 5 Modules (designed to teach how to see potential danger, plan to escape, defensive postures, basic escapes)

  • Conflict Resolution part 2 (workbook)
  • Dangers of reacting
  • Planning and spotting danger
  • Travelling home on public transport
  • Posture in Attack Prevention
  • Staying safe when home alone
  • Wrist Hold Defences Level 2 (Physical)
  • Strangle Hold Defences Level 1 (Physical)
  • Defence against head locks  (Physical)
  • Dangers of being cut by a knife (what to do)
  • Knife defences
  • Gross motor functional blocking
  • How to break fall (Physical)

 

 

Conflict resolution and aggression management workshop (1 hour)

This workshop is designed to teach conflict resolution, anger management and self control. The workshop is useful for pupils with continual behaviour problems.

 

 

15 min or 30 min Taster Assembly

  • Aspire to inspire before you expire (Motivational)
  • How to fight Bullying
  • Anti-Knife and Gun Crime
  • Citizenship
  • Staying safe and away from harm
  • Mental awareness and safety
  • Safety in and out of school
  • Staying out of gangs
  • Conflict resolution
  • Academic Excellence
  • Getting the most out of your education
  • Future Goals (Motivational)
  • Leader today, Leader tomorrow (Motivational)
  • Internet Safety
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Enterprise and Business
  • Racism and Beliefs
  • Citizenship

Summer Term Courses (10 - 12 weeks)

We also give you the opportunity to book a end of term activity day which can be focused around PSHE/Citizenship subject areas.

  • Internet Safety (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Everything you need to know about social networking (PSHE)
  • Staying Safe on the streets, at home and to and from school.(PSHE)
  • Challenging peer pressure (PSHE)
  • Planning and spotting danger (PSHE)
  • Travelling home on public transport (on and off site program)
  • The world beyond school (Citizenship/Functional Skills)
  • Staying safe when home alone (PSHE)
  • Fight or Flight response (The Science behind our bodies) (PSHE)
  • Carrying a weapon is NOT a game (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • Avoiding violence (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Dangers of Reacting (PSHE)
  • Non-aggressive Self Defence (PE/PSHE/Extended Schools)
  • GCSE Preparation for Year 10/11 Motivation, Revision and Attainment
  • No need for fear (PSHE)
  • How to stay safe when it becomes physical (PE/PSHE)
  • Dangers of being cut by a knife (What to do) (PSHE/PLTS)
  • DSRD Dynamic Simulation Responses (Physical) (PE/PLTS)
  • Self Defence & the Law (PSHE)/Citizenship)
  • Thinking and going beyond (Functional Skills) (Physical)
  • Nah blud, no shank program (PSHE) - Intervention program
  • The Challenge (PLTS/Functional Skills) - Intervention program
  • Aiming for excellence (PLTS)
  • African Caribbean Education (Citizenship)
  • Prison & the consequences (PSHE/Citizenship) - Intervention program
  • Alcohol and Drug addiction (PSHE)
  • Rape and sexual assault awareness (PSHE) 
  • Studying, Jobs, Interviews and CV writing (PSHE/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Money and Spending (PLTS/Functional Skills/PSHE) 
  • Financial Awareness & Economic well being (PSHE/Functional Skills)
  • Building a business (Functional Skills/PLTS/Enterprise)
  • Entrepreneurship (Enterprise/Functional Skills)
  • What is Enterprise? (Enterprise/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Following your dreams (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • Striving for success (PLTS/Functional Skills)
  • You are your own limit (PLTS/Functional Skills/PLTS)
  • Thinking about achievement (PLTS/Functional Skills) 
  • Awareness of unsafe environments (PSHE)
  • Anti Bullying (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Differences: Cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, gender and disabilities.
  • The ideal Citizen (Citizenship)
  • Beliefs and moral values (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Recognising your worth as an individuals (Citizenship)
  • Sex Education (PSHE)
  • The consequences of anti-social behaviour (PSHE)
  • Healthy Eating (PSHE)
  • Relationships (PSHE)
  • Respect and privacy (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • ‘Keeping your cool’ (Citizenship)
  • Conflict Resolution (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Staying safe and away from harm (PSHE)
  • The Environment (PSHE/Citizenship)
  • Young people and the Law (PSHE/Citizenship)