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We are now taking bookings for the 2018/2019 academic year!!

If you are interested in having us visit your school, please contact us.

We have received funding from Arbonne Charitable Foundation to provide posters and resources to schools and youth clubs. If you would like to order some, please use this form to message us

Year 7 and 8 Update - 

Did you know that we also have a workshop which specifically caters to students in year 7 and 8??! 

Guess what - we have updated this package and can now offer follow on activities for students. 

Get in touch if you would like to find out more or make a booking. 

New Workshop

We have a new workshop! This year we have developed a presentation looking at sexting. It covers pressures, what to do and where help can be found. If you would like to book this, please contact us. 

Did you know we have a YouTube Channel?? We have put together a playlist of video's which can be used in schools to follow on from the workshop. To check it out, click here. 

Preventing the youth of today becoming victims of tomorrow.


Safe Partnership have successfully delivered the Safe DATE (Domestic Abuse training and Education) programme across the UK, working with over 30,000 students since 2012.


This workshop looks at healthy and respectful teenage relationships which highlights many issues including sexting, sexual consent, online safety, cyber bullying, controlling and coercive teenage relationships, honour based violence and forced marriage.  We can offer a workshop for KS3, KS4 and special needs students.

16-24 year olds are the most at risk from being in an abusive relationship.


The Safe DATE (Domestic Abuse training and Education) programme includes a one hour workshop that discusses relationship issues that face young people. It helps them recognise the early signs of teenage partner abuse and domestic violence to prevent them becoming victims themselves, and develop healthy relationships.

99% of students feel it is important to learn about teenage partner abuse.


Safe Partnership is a national charity that has been assisting victims of violent crime, especially domestic abuse since 1987. All our staff are fully trained and have enhanced DBS disclosures.


Find out more about Safe Partnership


92% of students recommend the workshop to their peers.


If you're interested in having our programme visit your school, contact us.