Safety Net Assertiveness Project - SNAP
SNAP is a programme for children and young people aged 8-16 who live or go to school in Brighton and Hove. We teach life skills which will help you if you have been bullied, or if someone or something is making your feel worried or upset. If you would like to join a SNAP group you or your parent/carer or teacher can call or email us to let us know. There are SNAP sessions in Primary and Secondary schools. Tam (primary) or Katie & Nessa (secondary – see below) are the best people to speak to. Call 01273 411 613 or email
If we are not running a session in your school we can call them and offer to run one. There are usually lots of children who feel worried or unsafe and would like the support just like you.
You may not know what SNAP stands for?
Safety Net is a charity that works at keeping children safe. If you want to learn more why not look at the website www.safety-net.org.uk.
Assertiveness is how to stand up for yourself without being mean.
Project (or Programme) is because the SNAP work will grow and change as we tell the workers what we want, like setting up the Steering Group, having more support groups and by more children learning about SNAP.
SNAP Secondary – these sessions can help you with friendship issues, keeping yourself safe online, body image, and bullying.
- Personal Safety
- Online Safety
- Peer Pressure
- Safety Net Assertiveness Project – SNAP
- SNAP for Friendship