Kidscape is an anti-bullying charity established in 1985 and works with children, families and schools across Wales.

 Our vision is for all children to grow up in a world free from bullying and harm, with adults who keep them safe and help them to reach their full potential.

Our mission is to provide children, families, carers and professionals with advice, training and practical tools to prevent bullying and protect young lives.

 

Training offered:

ZAP anti-bullying workshops
RISE transition workshops
RISE Train the Trainer
Community Leader training
Digital Safety Awareness workshops
Peer Mentoring
Child Protection training ‚Äď Foundation and Advanced level

Below you can find the programmes Kidscape are able to offer members of CWVYS.

Peer Mentoring

Funded by Mutual Gain Trust, we are able to offer fully-funded Peer Mentor training to any organisation in the Newport area. Kidscape Peer Mentoring programmes are based on young people supporting each other; matching peer mentors with mentees in one-on-one friendships so that they can provide guidance and support, serving as positive role models. Our programme enables Peer Mentors to listen and support fellow pupils (mentees); helping them deal with the current challenges they may be struggling with.

https://www.kidscape.org.uk/training/peer-mentoring-programme/

 

Community Leader training ‚Äď CPD accredited

Kidscape Community Leader programme is available for young adults and adults who support or work with children and young people and have an opportunity to change young lives for the better.

https://www.kidscape.org.uk/kidscape-programmes/community-leader-programme/

 

Rights, Respect, Equality webinars

The Welsh Government is funding Kidscape to provide online training to help embed the governors and staff to make sure that all learners feel safe, secure and are supported to achieve their full potential. The Rights, Respect, Equality School Support Webinar is available free of charge for governors and school staff in Wales who are leading on developing and updating the anti-bullying policy and strategy. CWVYS members may also work in schools, or act as Governors and it would be useful to learn how the RRE webinars supports schools in embedding the statutory anti-bullying policy into practice in schools.

https://www.kidscape.org.uk/kidscape-programmes/rights-respect-equality-support-for-school-leaders-and-governors/