FREE Interactive activities for the important conversations.
Who are we
We are a team of professionals who have developed this resource directory to provide you with the tools you need to deliver your direct key working sessions to children, young people and vulnerable adults. We aim to help you inspire meaningful conversations with the vulnerable people you work with. Our platform offers hundreds of resources and interactive activities to utilize.
As social workers and children's services professionals, we understand the challenges that come with working in this field. That's why we've created this platform to offer you the tools and resources you need to succeed and navigate your role with confidence.
Our resources include...
We offer a diverse selection of PowerPoint presentations on various subjects. Some of our PowerPoint offerings even feature interactive elements such as quizzes that spark engaging discussions and promote learning.
Our collection of worksheets covers a variety of topics such as anger management, CV writing, and relationship building. These worksheets are ideal for both indipendent and one-on-one sessions.
We understand the significance of conversing with our youth and value it greatly. Therefore, we offer a variety of engaging activities accompanied by clear instructions that trigger meaningful and invaluable discussions.
Our interactive activities are highly sought-after! They serve as a great means to initiate engaging conversations and foster strong connections. Plus, the majority of these activities do not require any writing!
Who are our resources targeted to
Looked after children
Choose a topic and explore the resources!
The resources here are tailored for professionals working with young people vounrable to criminality. They address crucial topics such as the repercussions of criminal actions, delving into the underlying causes of their behavior, including external factors, and providing guidance on how to make better decisions.
The resources offered in this section cover essential life skills. This includes guidance on money management, composing an effective CV, knowledge of laws and one's rights, understanding the education system as well as developing decision-making skills, problem-solving and critical thinking abilities.
this section aim to assist young people in developing, comprehending, and preserving various forms of relationships. They provide guidance on identifying the subtleties that differentiate healthy relationships from those that are not. In addition, they offer insight on establishing boundaries and ensuring safety.