Education Service


The first stage in preventing youth homelessness is to equip young people with the knowledge and skills to avert a crisis. All our sessions provide your students with information of where to get help and support, including a take-home leaflet.

Our sessions are interactive, engaging and fun whilst being carefully tailored and structured to complement your curriculum and student need.

Thank you to you and your team. I had no doubt as to the benefit of this session after speaking to the teachers and students. They have all spoken very highly of how useful and informative these sessions were.”       
– Ashlyns School Teacher




Home Truths


To raise awareness of the realities of homelessness and the support available, as well as to begin to consider the process of leaving home.

Learning Outcomes

Your students will:

  • Understand the realities of homelessness.
  • Recognise the importance of preparation before leaving home.
  • Identify the skills required to live independently.

Ex- homeless young people ‘tell their story’ as a part of this session.


I have learnt how hard it is to be homeless and how it is important to reach out when you feel concerned rather than after the crisis.

– Watford Girls School student



Your Voice, Your Choice


To provide vital information to help keep young people informed and safe in their intimate relationships.

Learning Outcomes

Your students will:

  • Be able to identify the key elements of a healthy relationship.
  • Have up-to-date information on current law and issues of your chosen subject.
  • Be confident in applying their learning to everyday relationships.


Choose your core subject from: Coercive control, Sexting, Identifying abusive behaviours,  Domestic abuse, Consent.

NB: We advise separating genders for these sessions where possible

I learnt that you need consent, and also that abuse can start subtly.
– Beaumont School student





Next Steps


To prepare students for the realities of leaving home and moving to university or into private, rented accommodation.


Learning Outcomes

Your students will:

  • Recognise the importance of planning before leaving home.
  • Understand the estimated costs of living independently.
  • Identify the steps involved in finding private rented accommodation.

I feel I have learnt how to live independently, what adult life is like, the different costs and the importance of preparing early.
– Parmiters School student



Solve It – Resolve It


To improve understanding of conflict, help develop strategies to manage it and maintain healthy relationships.


Learning Outcomes

Your students will be able to identify:

  • The effects of their behaviour when in conflict.
  • A positive change they could make when in a conflict situation.
  • Factors that can affect communication.


I found it helpful because it made me recognise my behaviour and responses in an argument and how to resolve it.

– Hitchin Girls School student





Tipping Point


To improve understanding of anger and explore methods for managing it.


Learning Outcomes

Your students will be able to:

  • Recognise what triggers their anger.
  • Identify the signs of anger.
  • Name one way they could control their anger.

I learnt how to control my anger in a better way.
– Goffs Churchgate student





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