What is the PRU Project?
RESOLVEit's PRU project will offer PRU centres across Wales, lifetime access and training to RESOLVEi'ts PSHE and personal safety workshops, designed specifically for KS2,3 and 4 students.
The PRU Project aims to strengthen relationships; helping students to interact in a more positive way while developing a stronger sense of self-worth and confidence.
Staff will receive FREE RESOLVEit Train a Trainer training; providing staff with the desired workshop(s), skill-set and knowledge to run the physical elements of their chosen workshop(s), whilst providing some fantastic CPD on an annual basis.
Every participating PRU will receive RESOLVEit's Safety School status, access to RESOLVEit online resources, training, and support from the RESOLVEit team.
Staff will receive FREE Train a Trainer training
Your PRU will receive lifetime access and free annual staff refresher training
Students at a RESOLVEit Safety School benefit from an improved sense of well-being that they can take with them into their wider communities.
Your school can be a part of the solution to keeping young people healthy and safe whilst improving your local communities.
Certified Train a Trainer Trainers are granted a non-exclusive license to utilise the RESOLVEit #weareasafetyschool name and logo in their school or centre. Safety Schools will also be sent a printable certificate to display.
Your PRU will be listed in the online, searchable directory on the RESOLVEit #weareasafetyschool website, listing is free.
Your achievements will be announced on the official RESOLVEit social media pages, via a post customised with your school photo, which you can share and use.
All approved centers/schools will have personal access to resources, video tutorials, workshops, personal safety assemblies, and suggested lesson plans, to help you make the most of your award.
To learn more about TRAIN A TRAINER
If we have yet to reach out to you, please get in touch here and one of the team will send you some more information and 14 days free access codes to access our primary and secondary workshops.
We ran some pilot sessions with Key Stage 3 students in Pembrokeshire Learning Centre and this was their tutor’s feedback;
“All pupils (and staff) thoroughly enjoyed every session, there was a high level of participation and interest. Many pupils have experienced violence at some point of their lives. Learning that there are many elements to consider around personal safety is paramount.
Self-defence is important to all members of society and the understanding that it is used only as a last resort is essential. The sessions have been extremely positive and we would encourage this to be delivered across the board throughout mainstream settings as well.
Personal safety and self-defence offer a good medium to deliver something that pupils can relate to easily and maintains their interest in a fun and kinaesthetic manner.” (Nia Owens, Pembrokeshire Learning Centre, 2020)