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The Stay Safe Partnership brings together organisations and voluntary agencies which deliver age appropriate safety workshops, staff training, e learning and online resources, all in one convenient place and is funded by Safer Communities.


Aiming to be a ‘one stop shop’ for schools to book all their safety interventions.

Partners within the project will provide interventions in a variety of ways:

  • Face to face delivery with students
  • Training for staff
  • E Learning
  • Online resources

All partners are signed up to and adhere to the Stay Safe Partnership Quality Standards (see attached), ensuring that all delivery has a positive impact and key messages have a lasting impact for those participating.

This will ensure the Stay Safe Partnership delivers a co-ordinated, high quality, effective preventative educational offer to young people, teachers and educational staff in schools and academies.

The project focuses on existing and developing priority areas which include;

  • substance misuse (new psychoactive drugs, alcohol, Class A, B and C); arson; domestic abuse; e-safety; Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB); personal safety; road safety; knives; racism and hate crime; bullying and harassment; and should consider health issues and decision making including smoking; nutrition and healthy eating; exercise; sexual exploitation, sexually transmitted infections and early pregnancy.


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Last updated: 3 October 2017

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