Cultivate a culture of positive personal safety at your school
Equip students with the necessary skills to stay safe when they step outside of the school gates. Our FREE guide to personal safety will help your students to spot the signs of a dangerous situation, think critically and act safely at school and beyond.
Keeping students safe in school and beyond
Young people’s safety is a global topic right now. While work is underway culturally to help change this, we are still a long way from having a safe society.
In the meantime, schools already have programmes and policies in place to help protect students within school grounds but what happens when they leave the gates?
Do you want to take more of an active role to equip students with the life skills that will help them stay a bit more safe both now and in the future?
Download our FREE Personal Safety Guide designed to give students the confidence to critically assess a situation and implement personal safety actions to protect themselves and those around them.
Whether students are travelling to or from school/college, in the classroom or just out and about, these practical life skills could one day make a huge difference if students find themselves in a potentially dangerous situation.
Our FREE Personal Safety Guide is designed so that schools can directly send a digital copy or print the pack for students. Or why not utilise the information to create a personal safety lesson or assembly?
Inside the guide:
About Soar With Us
We’re three women who want to help make the world a safer place through empowerment.
In our personal safety and self-defence workshops, we use a mixture of theory, practical defence techniques, role play and discussions. In our classes, students experience realistic situations to help better prepare themselves for potential risks, and more importantly, how to avoid those risks and escape safely.
Our workshops help individuals discover their own inner confidence, think critically in stressful situations, and gain a better awareness of their own strengths and how to use those to their advantage.
Together let’s help make the world a safer place for young people.