Our workshops and short programmes have been designed in consultation with young people who have identified these subject areas as important to them.
Who can access this service?
Any school, college or group in Rutland can access any of these workshops; all you will need to do is complete our booking form and identify your 6 options.
Mix and match workshops:
Workshops are designed to be mixed and matched so schools, colleges and groups can tailor to the needs of their young people.
You can access up to 6 workshops per school, college or youth group per year. Workshops can be delivered to each school year or individual sessions can be delivered to smaller, targeted groups.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
If you are looking for a bespoke session or programme to meet specific needs of your young people please contact the team at Jules House to discuss how we can help to support this.
We can deliver bespoke programmes during school hours or arrange an after school club or activity. For example CSE group work, Confidence building, Life Skills.
For more information regarding our Youth Offer and how you can book a session, please contact the Jules House Team.
Jules House, 1 Cold Overton Road, Oakham, LE15 6NT
Tel: 01572 758301
We are delighted to promote a range of free support services available to young people and schools and groups in Rutland.
Free, Safe and anonymous online counselling and support
Kooth offer a range of sessions which they can deliver in schools. This could be part of training days, team meetings or even lunch time sessions. They are flexible in their approach and aim to meet the needs of individual schools. The training for staff consists of a presentation, Q&A period and lasts around 30 minutes. After gaining an understanding of Kooth, this could then be used as part of Anti-Bullying, Mental Health or PHSE sessions.
They also offer presentations to students within assemblies, presentations at parent’s evenings, Emotional Health sessions and promotional items.
Kooth.com is a free, safe and confidential way for young people to receive counselling, support and advice online and has been commissioned locally.
Have a variety of services available which range from working one to one with young people to substance specific drug and alcohol groups.
They are looking to start an early intervention service to secondary schools to deliver group work packages highlighting the dangers around substance use and promote prevention and relapse prevention.
They also offer a training package for staff, which includes substance specific awareness groups and details Turning Point referral processes.
Contact details: please contact us on 0330 303 6000 or email;