Children and Young People Workshops
EGAR workshops are delivered in your school classrooms or youth club by highly qualified and hugely experienced children’s and youth development staff who are specially selected by EGAR for their understanding of the curriculum and the value of communication via intervention and prevention work.
The workshops are tailored to your schools needs, we help you, help children and young people, learn, engage, focus and talk about issues in their lives for them to realise their potential.
These workshops are entirely discussion based but have the use of introductory hard-hitting films, independently developed and produced by our experienced instructors. These are a modern, fresh and current dramatisations of real life scenarios, using voluntary young people from across London.
EGAR staff workshops are designed to engage the staff/teachers or youth workers in ways in which to expertly open up honest and deep discussions in group or one to one basis, using the discussion card sets. These staff workshops are an excellent choice if planning long term subject based work. We will give you the skills to create and actively bring alive your own session based on topics of your choice.
25 Years Experience
Expert instructors with experience
Our Workshop Method
As a customer of our EGAR workshops, you can decide on the topic(s) you would like to cover. We offer 25 discussion sets, of which 10 are Health based, 10 are Crime based and 5 are Personal Development based. In Association with Every Choice Matters EGAR now offers film based introductions on 11 topics. These hard-hitting films are highly engaging dramatisations of each topic, you can decide on which of the films you would like to be shown to suit the needs of your workshop.
'EGAR produce interactive educational games for young people, which are designed to stimulate structured discussion on vital topics for young people, such as knives, climate change and drugs. This excellent project deserves much wider recognition and I would love to see it made available to all London based Youth Services'. - Darren Johnson (Chair of the London Assembly) Endorsement
Sue Scott-Horne the Director of EGAR has had a 25 year successful career teaching focused, Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) sessions at several Islington schools, Youth Centres and Children’s Care Homes. As a consultant for the Children’s Services department Sue helped to develop pioneering life skills curriculum programmes. Today, her work with EGAR is an extension of that career experience and allows schools, youth services, mentors, counsellors and parents across the country to utilise an invaluable resource and tackle many social and challenging issues in an open, structured and proactive manner.
Primary and Secondary Resources
Supports national and recreational curriculums
Works with Teachers, Youth Workers, Parents
Educational Resources with solutions
Structured Vital Communication tools
For use in one to one or group basis
Display posters compliment Card Sets
KS3 Age 11-13, KS4 Age 14-16, KS5 Age 16-18