The James Brindley Full Circle Programme
What it does.
How it's done
The programme focuses on eight key areas, to drive targeted learning and a strong prognosis for positive change:
We explore family history, values and support networks, in order to move forwards. Participants also explore moral dilemmas and techniques to avoid conflict.
Our focus is on developing participants’ resilience, through recognising and understanding the effects of peer pressure and how to make well informed choices.
Through engaging in learning tasks, participants discover the effects that anti-social behaviour can have on themselves and others; they also have the opportunity to receive support in finding positive community based activities, based upon their interests and hobbies.
Our focus is on alcohol and drug abuse. Through scenario based learning tasks, participants gain an understanding of the impact that alcohol and drugs can have on themselves and others, focusing on legal and health implications.
Participants begin to develop their knowledge and understanding of gang related behaviour, misconceptions, decision making and problem solving skills and consequences for themselves and others.
Through activity based learning, participants explore the different types of violent behaviour and gain insight into how they can affect themselves and others; this includes violence with the use of weapons. Participants develop their understanding and knowledge of conflict resolution and learn about skills they can apply to real life situations.
The participant’s understanding of child exploitation (including sexual exploitation) is developed, including how to recognise safe and unsafe situations.
Radicalisation & Extremism.
Participants develop their knowledge and understanding of the topics through scenario based learning tasks, as well as their ability to recognise and build resilience to the grooming behaviours of recruiters.