Information for Warwickshire Secondary Schools

Group Work Offer

We are offering 7 group work modules led by an experienced qualified youth worker with each module being 4 weekly lessons which take place within school time. The work delivered is informal and involves activities and discussion. The work is aimed at young people that need support to prevent escalation in their behaviours. You may have already started an Early Help process to support them. 

This offer is part of our service delivery and carries no charge. You need to:

  • Select a module
  • Identify a group of young people (4 to maximum of 6) you think would benefit from this support.  Some modules might be better in single gender groups but you know your students and who might work best together
  • Ensure the young person and their parent/carer are aware of this referral
  • Be able to provide a suitable room with a regular timeslot to deliver the group work and be able to organise the young people to attend.
  • Complete the School Group Work referral form (DOCX, 45 KB) with all relevant information and return to


Focusing on peer group pressure and knife crime.  This course would be useful for young people who you feel are at risk of being involved in antisocial behaviour out of school.  This is the Early Help tackling Knife Crime offer


Learning skills on how to manage anger and exploring reasons behind challenging behaviours. This course would be useful for young people who are struggling to keep it together.  This is primarily about preventing exclusion from school


Looking at healthy relationships by exploring gender socialisation, personal rights and boundaries. This course would be useful for young women who might be a risk of being in a controlling relationship and young men who have a stereotyped idea of how men should behave.  This links to the Domestic Abuse agenda


Exploring issues around social media and Child Exploitation.  This course would be useful for young people who may be struggling to manage their social media presence and need support in setting themselves some safer boundaries


Looking at the decision-making process behind alcohol use and building practical skills to empower young people to address alcohol concerns


Linked to our Health Store Project offer this looks at good decision making around sexual health, keeping safe, consent and where to go for support and help.

ROOF Looking forward to the future and to learn about independence and skills you will need to survive when living away from home. Exploring ways of making your life happier when living with others.

If you have any queries about the offer above, contact: