Worrying statistics relating to self-harm and young people have been shared as part of the Good Childhood Report, which looks at children’s well-being in the UK. The report explores the reasons for the unhappiness which increases the risk of children self-harming. How I look The Children’s Society’s new Good Childhood survey of 10-17-year-old children and … Continue reading 1 In 6 Teens Self Harm
New research has suggested that teens who drink and smoke, even if only occasionally, show signs of stiff arteries by the age of 17. The study which spoke to teens about their smoking and drinking habits at 13, 15 and 17 years-old found that smoking and drinking alcohol in your youth, even at low levels, … Continue reading Teens Who Drink And Smoke Show Signs Of Stiff Arteries By The Age Of 17
In a recent study from youth website and health charity - The Mix, it was reported that a fifth of young people don’t understand what sexually transmitted diseases are. Public health England also found that one in ten sexually active young people had never used a condom. With The Mix survey also reporting that 1 … Continue reading Do Today’s Teens Really Not Know What An STI Is?
Our consent workshops aim to support young people to be able to build healthy relationships in which both parties respectfully seek consent and respect one another when consent is not given.
Tough Cookies online safety workshops focus on the sharing of personal information, we explore what to do if you come across inappropriate content whilst online and how to respond if someone requests inappropriate images.
Young people will learn which methods of contraception protect against both unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections and where to access further advice and information.
Tough Cookies condom workshops main focus is on the correct and confident condom use.