Our Programmes

All our programmes are age-appropriate, offering accurate information in an engaging manner.

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Audience

Setting

All Sorts

SEN
 | School

Designed for young adolescents, this interactive session...

Birds and the Bees

Parents & Carers
 | Church
 | Community
 | School

Helping parents as their children navigate growing up, puberty...

Choices & Changes

Primary
 | School

An introduction for 9-10 year olds to the physical and emotional...

Dating & Mating

Post-Primary
 | School

A thorough exploration for 15-16 year olds of relationship...

Face to Facebook

Parents & Carers
 | Church
 | Community
 | School

...

Game On

Youth
 | Church
 | Community

A lively programme that explores healthy relationships,...

Housemates

Youth
 | Church
 | Community

Encouraging children to lay a good foundation for strong...

Free

Icebergs & Babies

Post-Primary
 | School

Helping 13-15 year olds identify and respond to influences and...

iClick

Youth
 | Church
 | Community

...

iSmart

Primary
 | School

Inspiring 8–10 year olds to use the online world to build and...

iZone

Post-Primary
 | School

A foundation for 11-13 year olds at the start of post-primary...

Picture This

Youth
 | Church
 | Community

Inviting young people to consider and discuss issues around...

Private Eyes

Youth
 | Church
 | Community

Young adults will be invited to explore personal identity and...

Sex Drive

Post-Primary
 | School

Aimed at 16 year olds and school leavers this session offers a...

Top to Toe

SEN
 | School

This session affirms pupils in their uniqueness and self-worth...

What’s Inside?

Primary
 | School

A comprehensive and interactive workshop, preparing 10-11 year...

Who’s Choosing?

SEN
 | School

Empowering young adults to recognise influences and pressures and...

Wonder!

Primary
 | School

Inviting 6-8 year olds to wonder at how amazing and unique they...

About Our Programmes

All our programmes are age-appropriate, offering accurate information in an engaging manner.  In the delivery of our presentations, our experienced and professional staff create a safe and secure environment in which young people can have engaging and respectful conversations about strong, healthy relationships.

Through our presentations and supporting resources, we are committed to providing not only the knowledge that we believe children and young people need to inform their relational and sexual choices, but the skills to enact them and the values that give them meaning.


So much more than just a presentation

Relationships are key to who we are and so we want to work alongside you and ensure that schools, community organisations and churches across Northern Ireland are in the best position possible to deliver excellent Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE). In addition to our presentations, we are also proud to offer:


Lesson Plans (School only)

Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) is more than a one-off programme or presentation and we want to support and equip teachers in their delivery of RSE. Each of our primary and post-primary presentations is accompanied by a set of lessons which can be used in preparation or as a follow-up to our visit. These can be shared electronically on your school system for all teachers to access.


Evaluations – School

In agreement and partnership with the school, pupils may be invited to fill out an anonymous evaluation form at the end of our post-primary presentations if they’re comfortable and happy to do so. Participants may be asked for what is defined as sensitive information (such as age, gender, health and identity issue the programmes have addressed).

Love for Life uses the responses collated in the Evaluation Forms for three purposes:

  • To produce a report of the anonymous evaluations for the teacher who made the booking to allow them to review the needs and responses of their young people to aid their delivery of effective RSE (The Individual responses are not supplied to the school/organisation).
  • To identify key trends in the behaviours and attitudes of young people
  • To continually review and improve the quality of the programmes we deliver

We do this in line with our Safeguarding & Data Protection Policies.


Evaluations – Community

In agreement and partnership with the organisation, young people may be invited to fill out an anonymous evaluation form at the end of our Open Up presentations if they’re comfortable and happy to do so. Participants may be asked for what is defined as sensitive information (such as age, gender, health and identity issue the programmes have addressed).

Love for Life uses the responses collated in the Evaluation Forms for three purposes:

  • To produce a report of the anonymous evaluations for the youth worker who made the booking to allow them to review the needs and responses of their young people to aid their delivery of effective RSE (The Individual responses are not supplied to the school/organisation).
  • To identify key trends in the behaviours and attitudes of young people
  • To continually review and improve the quality of the programmes we deliver

We do this in line with our Safeguarding & Data Protection Policies.


Parent/Carer Information Evenings

We want to encourage parents in their impact and influence. We are committed to resourcing families to use the positive influence they have to support their young people as they develop relationships with others. We can provide information on programmes in advance of delivery through parents’ evenings, as well as delivering workshops that will enable them to have important and ongoing conversations.

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