Turn2us sessions:  Summer 2018

Turn 2us is a HeadStartHull, Big Lottery funded programme, which aims to:

"Enable children and young people to have positive mental health and wellbeing,

thrive in ‘their communities’ and to ‘bounce back’ from life’s challenges”

Turn2us is delivered in every secondary school in Hull at lunchtime and is available all summer long and alongside the play rangers.

For more information about the sessions running across the city in the summer holidays please click here or see the poster below:

'Fortnite' game
It has come to our attention from the National Crime Agency that students are potentially putting themselves at risk on the current popular game 'Fortnite' and other online games.  There are identified safeguarding risks with how children use the voice and text chat functions when playing the games and the potential for adult grooming offenders to become involved. The following article contains more information: click here

New government website for practical advice on protecting young people from the dangers of extremism and radicalisation:  www.educateagainsthate.com

Interesting clip to watch around the risks of Live Streaming and recent investigations by the National Crime Agency: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42224148

Winning Entries In The Anti-Bullying Week Competition