Healthy relationships

NSPCC Learning has published an evaluation of its Young Voices programme on healthy relationships and preventing peer-on-peer sexual harm. The programme was part of the Together for Childhood place-based approach in Plymouth, in which local residents and agencies collaborate to help prevent child sexual abuse. Between 2019 and 2022, 96 young people aged 13-16 were involved in the design and development of campaigns. Findings show: the young people involved reported that they gained a deeper understanding of healthy relationships through a participatory approach; and school staff recognised the value of participation and learning from young people.

Read the report: How participation can improve outcomes in learning about healthy relationships and preventing peer-to-peer sexual harm

Source: NSPCC Learning

Date: 11 December 2023

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