25th Jun 2019
Ariel Trust is a small charity developing educational resources to help primary schools tackle on-line bullying and exploitation. We are seeking new trustees with an interest in primary schools, distance learning technology, forum theatre or marketing and communications      What will you be doing? We are looking for new trustees to join our Board, a person with energy and enthusiasm and a background in any of the areas listed above
25th Jun 2019
Ariel is pleased to announce a new three year project funded by the National Lottery: Communities Fund. Our project will support young people to fulfill their potential by enabling them to explore the impacts social media is having on their lives and empowering them to take control of these impacts before they have significant negative effects. Creative workshops will focus on developing young people’s digital literacy skills and resilience online, building skills such as risk assessment or developing critical thinking.
25th Jun 2019
Ariel’s SafeSkills resource is delivering important behavioural changes that are supporting schools to safeguard their pupils. Positive impacts can be seen from a recent evaluation of our grooming and sexual exploitation programme. In all of the schools involved in this trial, teachers reported that children were more open about their existing risk taking behaviour, especially the risks they take on line.
29th Sep 2017
      How do we do this in Europe? Media literacy training best practices
27th Sep 2017
Our partners the Evens Foundation presents CONFLICT MATTERS 2017, a major European conference for education professionals, researchers, policy makers and parents, organised in collaboration with the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, and the British Academy. DISCOVER THE PROGRAMME HERE
15th Mar 2017
As 'national child expolitation day' approaches Ariel Trust would like to announce the great news that Merseyside Police have currently funded further roll out and training for teachers around our new Safeskills resource.The funding will provide teachers across Merseyside with the opportunity to attend twilight training sessions, in order to learn how to gain the highest impact when delivering the resource.So far the interest and feedback in 'SafeSkills' has been very positive, with 129 teachers and agency workers trained to use the resource so far. 
26th Oct 2016
  Reaching Communities Project Co-ordinator,   6 month - Maternity Cover, 1 January – 30 June 2017   35 hours per week, £27,123pa  
12th Oct 2016
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.