Safe Skills’ Child Sexual Exploitation School Resource 'Safe Skills' is a new preventative education resource which aims to improve the safety of young people in our community in relation to the risks associated with grooming. Ariel Trust have developed the resource through a long consultation process working with various agencies, such as NSPCC and Liverpool’s ‘Protect’ team and consulted a variety of teachers to ensure the resource is age appropriate and the lessons support both the teachers and pupil’s needs.
12th Jul 2016
Re: Vodafone to work with West Berkshire Healthy Schools to roll out CyberSense E-safety resource FREE to all schools in West Berkshire
22nd Jun 2016
On the 1st of July we will be holding a showcase of all the films made in the first year of our Healthy Minds project, supported by the National Lottery. The Healthy minds project allows us to work with young people across Merseyside at risk of, or suffering from Mental Health conditions. We work with the young people for around six weeks to develop creative outputs that explore different areas of mental health, relevant to them.
16th Jun 2016
Teenage Healthy Relationship Resource FREE access to Ariel Trust interactive resources and training for schools in YORKSHIRE AND HUMBERSIDE Face Up educates young people about the differences between healthy and abusive/controlling behaviour in the context of teenage dating relationships Includes:
4th Jan 2016
An exciting opportunity to become part of a ground-breaking educational charity during a period of expansion and growing recognition of our work.Ariel is looking for new Trustees to join our Board. The main thing we are looking for is energy and enthusiasm, but a background in any of the following would be a bonus:-
16th Jun 2015
Ariel Trust have just received funding for a new three year project, to help young people create films about mental health issues. Ariel are currently looking for groups of young people that may benefit from these creative sessions. If you would like to find out more about the project or have a groupm that might like to get involved please email the Project Co-ordinator, Michelle Richards.
26th Feb 2015
CyberSense is a fun, interactive online educational resource aimed at Primary School children. It will raise awareness of cyber-bullying, providing children with the skills to recognise, respond to and report cyber-bullying and promote staying safe online. To read more about this exciting new resource, please click here.
1st Jan 2015
We are offering free access to our new improved ‘Face Up’ resource to schools who are willing to help us with our independent evaluation study. We are currently looking for ten schools to participate in this exciting national evaluation study of the resource.