Think For The Future
Think for the Future is a local non-profit organisation aiming to educate Nottingham’s young people about sensitive topics, including the criminal justice system and the dangers of sexual exploitation, through first hand true experiences.
We recognise that by having sessions delivered to classes by individuals who have been to prison or have been groomed, then the sessions immediately are more effective as the students become engaged with the content and take away a great deal. We strive to deliver sessions that have a deep impact on the audience and help to prevent young people from making decisions that will reduce the quality of their future, and instead learn from the speakers.
We are needed because Ofsted's 2013 Report on PSHE highlights glaring flaws in the approach many secondary schools take to the subject..
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The Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar project provides opportunities for young adults with learning disabilities to develop work-readiness as well as social and independence skills.
This happens by taking our smoothie bikes to different community events and all our young people work at their own pace to their own strengths in a fun, friendly and supportive environment.This Project recruits people with and without learning disabilities to work alongside each other and learn together. Volunteers earn “training points” each time they volunteer with us and this entitles them to free training in Basic Food Hygiene, First Aid and Customer Service training. Volunteers can also access further training through Nottinghamshire Clubs for Young People to whom we are affiliated.
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