All Safeside programmes recognise that individuals learn in different ways.
Discussion through open questions that stimulate independent thought and problem-solving is very important.
Our Safeside centre offers a variety of education programmes for young people.
Each learning point is addressed through visual, auditory or kinaesthetic means. For example, visitors will discuss choosing safe routes to walk home but will also experience an unsafe route including sounds and darkness.
Our programmes address the real, evidence-based issues for the visitor group. The issues faced by primary school children about to move to secondary school are very different, for example, to those important for the parents and carers of the under-fives.
In general, we book tours for organised groups such as schools, nurseries, youth or special needs groups.