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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment
Our Year 10 peer mentors have undergone special training as part of the ‘Mentor in Violence Prevention’ programme devised and delivered by the Merseyside Youth Association.
By supporting schools to have a ‘whole school’ approach to early intervention and prevention of bullying, harassment and risky behaviours, the programme empowers pupils to identify and communicate concerns with peers and school staff alike.
The programme is based on five core components:
This week’s sessions have been led by Francesca Loguellou from MYA, and we’d like to thank our students for the very positive way they have engaged with the training, which equips them with the language and framework to challenge violence, bullying and other forms of abuse, while building resilience and promoting positive mental health.