PSHE workshops on disability for secondary schools
- 21% of 18-34 year olds admit to avoid talking to a disabled person
- 89% of students felt less awkward about disability after attending our workshop
“I really enjoyed it, I felt comfortable and able to say what I wanted. It felt good to know that so many people were working with people like my brother.” Pupil
Hosted by Scope and a disabled role model, we deliver workshops in secondary schools, featuring:
- A talk about how attitudes and stereotyping impact the lives of disabled people
- Question and answer session with the students
- Insight into the reality of being a disabled person in modern Britain
What can a Scope role models session do?
- Dispel myths
- Change perceptions
- Promote confidence and positive attitudes
- Build a more open, welcoming learning environment
- Support disabled students and those with disabled friends or loved ones
- Enhance spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development
- Add value to your school’s PSHE extra-curricular activities and Citizenship curriculum
- Create greater diversity, inclusion and mutual respect.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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