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Consisting of six unique lesson modules designed by teachers for teachers. We have been sensitive in our approach, ensuring the resources are engaging and empowering while appropriately delivering the important, yet difficult message.

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Education Resources

We want all young people to be protected from the growing problem of grooming, child sexual exploitation (CSE) and trafficking. We believe the best way to do this is through education.


Using our frontline knowledge and experience of rescuing victims, we have created high quality and compelling lesson plans for teachers to educate their students on Modern Slavery. The resources are simple and easy to use including all the added extras e.g. worksheets, powerpoint slideshows and videos.


The packs have been designed to cover the PSHE national curriculum. We are constantly working with schools and students across the UK to evolve our materials and ensure they are up-to-date and relevant. 

What subjects do the lessons cover?
  • Human Rights

  • Historical Slavery

  • Slavery Today

  • Human Trafficking

  • Grooming

  • Sexual Exploitation

  • Online Safety

  • Vulnerabilities

  • Real Life Cases

What is included in the pack?
  • Teachers Pack 

  • Resource Pack 

  • Lesson Plans 

  • PowerPoint Presentations 

  • Video Resources

  • Worksheets

  • Fundraising Pack

The stories of those who have been exploited motivate us to keep protecting young people from exploitation. Their stories have all been shared with their permission to help raise awareness of the ways that exploitation can occur, and to encourage those who are experiencing any of these issues to find help. 

Why is Education Important?

Children and young people are the next generation, it is important that they are properly equipped in spotting the signs of modern slavery and knowing how to prevent it.


Many children don't believe they could be affected by modern day slavery, when in fact they are particularly vulnerable to exploitation. Many risk factors include social media, increased independence, making new friends and romances.


Trafficking is generally a financially-motivated crime involving a network of organised criminals, however this can also be organised by a single person including your own family and friends. They may use grooming techniques to entice younger victims, they often gain the trust of the victim and their family, becoming a 'close family friend', seeking the opportunity to groom, control and exploit them.


Article 17 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that children and young people have a right to information that is important to their health and wellbeing. Article 29 also refers to encouraging children to respect others, and Article 34 requires governments to protect children “from all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse”.   


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