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The Tweenees V.I.P. programme is a range of resources which can be put together to make lessons about domestic abuse, sexism, bullying, racism, homophobia, gender issues, etc. There is a DVD with 11 scenes on it which include: domestic abuse, sexual exploitation, Internet dangers, peer pressure, drugs and a range of other issues, a story book, jigsaws, activity books, workbooks and several games.
Resources are adapted for hearing, learning and visually impaired children. The resources are used in structured lessons within schools and communities to encourage discussion, challenge and change attitudes and encourage disclosures.
Aims and objectives of the programme
- Talk to children about personal safety in a non-threatening and fun way
- Promote the message ‘Say No! Go! Tell!’
- Encourage children to see that they have a right to be safe
- Identify strategies children can use to avoid situations that make them feel unsafe, or to remove themselves from these as soon as possible
- Encourage children to tell an adult about any type of abuse as soon as possible and to keep on telling until someone listens
- Begin to challenge the attitudes which lead to violence
- Provide information about young people’s rights.
Exerpt from the Wee VIP DVD
To view an ebook, you must first download the free dnl reader. This is similar to acrobat reader and allows you to view ebooks. You need only download this once. Click here to download the reader.
Once the reader is installed on your computer, you can view the Ebook samples featured below. You will see a few sample pages.
If you wish to purchase the full ebook, follow the on screen instructions.
Award winning storybook that helps to teach children about persinal safety and how to deal with difficult situations and feelings