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group of teenagers having a discussion

Finding Common Ground

This activity will help find out what everyone in the group has in common
group of teenagers having a discussion

Hand Evaluation

A hand evaluation is a good way to get people to think about an activity or event you have just done or attended and give constructive feedback.  It is a visual way to collect young people’s views on what you have done.
Art materials to make and create with

Co-operative Crafts

Set the group a project where the success depends on listening to each other.
Children playing a clapping game

The Results Driven Structure

Half the group blindfolded and half cannot speak. Can they work together to re-create a tower?
Children playing a clapping game

Group Standing

Can your group stand up together?
group of teenagers having a discussion

Town Council Meeting

A simulation of different methods of participation to influence a decision about how to spend money in the community, culminating in a town council meeting where a vote is taken.
group of teenagers having a discussion

Change the Situation

A drama activity using forum theatre techniques where participants act out how they would change scenarios they are not happy with

Pronoun Round

This activity introduces the concept of non-binary genders and non-binary pronouns. It shows the importance of self-identifcation of gender and gets the participants to think about the consequences of misgendering others.
group of teenagers having a discussion

Gender, Me and Us

This activity allows participants to analyse what sexism means to them. This activity will also get participants to think about solutions and possible reactions to challenging sexism.
Children playing a clapping game

Odd One Out

To explore exclusion and bullying and how it makes people fee
Children playing a clapping game

Equity: Lucky Number

Art materials to make and create with

Group Drawing

Create a drawing from verbal and non verbal instructions

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