Arc news: September 2015
Autumn term news!
We are back with a bulging calendar of projects for the autumn term - here's a sneak peek of what's to come over the next few months at Arc...
- FGM INSETS for all primary school staff, funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government - next training on 1 October in Havering and 8 October in Barking & Dagenham
- No More Whispers - a brand new staff and student FGM awareness project in partnership with Manor Gardens Health Advocacy Project, funded by the London Borough of Newham
- Revisiting Touching Moments in secondary schools - reporting sexual offences on the London transport system, funded by British Transport Police for Project Guardian
- A brand new Touching Moments sexual offences project for West Midlands secondary schools, funded by West Midlands Safer Travel Partnership for Project Empower
- School for Scammers scamming awareness performance programme for community groups, funded by Havering Safer Neighbourhood Board
- A new Child Sexual Exploitation awareness programme for schools, funded by Havering Safer Neighbourhood Board
- A new phase of Arc's Stop & Think stop and search awareness performances in secondary schools and youth forum workshops, funded by Barking & Dagenham SNB
- The next stage of our Raised Voices female empowerment project with the Year 2 Film Launch on 17 September at Kingsley Hall, followed by our young people's tour to schools and youth centres, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and LBBD MOPAC
- Revisiting Broadcast Junior, with more sexting and cyberbullying performances for primary school audiences, funded by LBBD MOPAC
- Squad - an exciting new boys film project in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, funded by The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, supported by Comic Relief Red Nose Day