Our curriculum

The wellbeing curriculum has been designed to meet the needs of our children and young people and listening to the views, wishes, feelings and experiences of their parents, carers, and significant others.

It is especially focused upon promoting the spiritual, moral, cultural, and physical development of children and young people. Also, to ensure that they have the necessary skills, knowledge and values to become a happy, safe, successful, and contributing citizen in modern day Britain.

The programme consists of children learning the following subjects:

  • Social skills for work, leisure, and life.
  • Understanding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and substance misuse.
  • Understanding sex education and relationships.
  • Emotional intelligence – thinking and behaviour.
  • Understanding citizenship, community and country, rights and responsibilities, and global citizen.
  • Tackling issues – yourself, family, conflict, and anti-social behaviour.
  • Mindfulness – coping with stress and anxiety.

Get RIPPED

Delivery of our own “Get RIPPED” lifestyle and personal development programme specifically focuses on improving:

Recreation (Improving lifestyle choices)

Interpersonal Skills (communication skills, problem solving, family and personal relationships)

Physical health (diet, reducing substance misuse, fitness, sexual health)

Personal self care (hygiene, safe choices, presentation)

Emotional wellbeing (managing feelings, thoughts, finding help)

Discipline and Respect (pro-social behaviour, personal organisation, ability to follow instructions)

The programme involves 1-to-1 or 2-to-1 sessions focused on welfare, decision making, lifestyle. The aim is to increase engagement, help deal with barriers to participation in group provision, and help create some of the building blocks that will set them back on track. Includes: specialist assessments, action planning, and review.

Healthy body + healthy mind = HAPPY LIFE

Supporting intervention and partnership

As part of the wellbeing offer children and young people will be assessed, observed, and their behaviour will be monitored where required, interventions will be implemented by Raise to enable them and significant others to improve their behaviour and wellbeing.

Where more acute and complex behaviours / issues arise, Raise will work with children and their carers, and signpost and complete referrals to statutory agencies such as early help teams, substance misuse organisations, social care, criminal justice, and health departments etc.

All children and young people can access this comprehensive wellbeing curriculum and ensure that they have the knowledge and confidence to gain qualifications.

Welfare fund

We have a welfare fund to help young people with crucial sticking points. This helps families to cope with ‘down’ times. Please contact us for more details.

Healthy body + healthy mind = HAPPY LIFE

Supporting intervention and partnership

As part of the wellbeing offer children and young people will be assessed, observed, and their behaviour will be monitored where required, interventions will be implemented by Raise to enable them and significant others to improve their behaviour and wellbeing.

Where more acute and complex behaviours / issues arise, Raise will work with children and their carers, and signpost and complete referrals to statutory agencies such as early help teams, substance misuse organisations, social care, criminal justice, and health departments etc.

All children and young people can access this comprehensive wellbeing curriculum and ensure that they have the knowledge and confidence to gain qualifications.

Welfare fund

We have a welfare fund to help young people with crucial sticking points. This helps families to cope with ‘down’ times. Our welfare fund policy can be found on our website: www.raisetheyouth.co.uk/safeguarding-policies-procedures.