issue based commissions
Resource Creatives are happy to be commissioned to deliver any issue based programme, please contact us for details.
'Your Life' issue based sessions in Cumbria schools
Issue based sessions 2019-20
Delivery of a range of issue based sessions identified by Cumbria Constabulary and schools
Step Up: Family Relationships Programme
Child to parent violence programme 2015-20
Working with families
experiencing child to parent violence in the home. Commissioned by Restorative Solutions for Cumbria Police and Crime Commission 2015-present
knife awareness workshops 2018-ongoing
Delivery of Knife Awareness workshops across Lancashire and Cumbria in schools.
Our restorative knife awareness programme addresses all aspects of carrying or using a knife.
The programme can be delivered as workshops in Primary and High Schools or communities or as targeted interventions.
Please contact us for details.
Funded by The Sister Gwen Appleton Charitable Trust
Emotional Health & Wellbeing Arts Workshops 2018-20
We are delighted to have been awarded funding from The Sister Gwen Appleton Charitable Trust to fun the delivery of creative arts, poetry and writing projects with women on probation. The project book for 2018 was launched on 08/02/2019. The new programme started in spring 2019.
Healthy Relationships programme
Sexting & Healthy Relationships 2019
Delivering workshops on Sexting and Healthy Relationships in High Schools across Cumbria with the Police for Cumbria Police and Crime Commission
Workshops delivered in primary schools & secondary schools addressing positive decision making to educate children and young people in the impact of getting involved in anti-social behaviour, gangs, serious and organised crime and victim awareness. Funded by for Cumbria Police and Crime Commission
serious and organised crime workshops
Part of the serious and organised crime remit, during 2016-17 we delivered the Liberate Green programme delivered to nearly 4000 young people and adults targeted as being on the cusp of criminality and at risk of being manipulated or used by organised criminal gangs or pursuing, the path towards serious and organised crime. For more information please visit: http://liberate.strikingly.com/
'Making Positive Choices'
Anti-Gang and gun crime workshops delivered in 27 Primary Schools in Preston.
Re-Write Your Story
Restorative Music Workshops
Youth Music funded programme delivering restorative workshops to young people in PRU's, within the criminal justice system on the cusp of criminality. For more information please visit: http://rewriteyourstory.strikingly.com/
'Creative uses of RJ'
how to use restorative practices, creatively
Training restorative practitioners in torbay on practical uses of restorative approaches using the arts and creative engagement techniques.
Inspiring women and girls
design and delivery of creative workshops to inspire confidence, self esteem and the realisation that everything is possible
'Sticks and Stones'
in partnership with AFC Fylde Community Foundation 2015/16
Anti-Bullying Workshops delivered in 23 Primary Schools on the Fylde, Lancashire
Three Smart Fellas
Magic , Song and Poetry Performances
Three Smart Fellas completed a successful run of 'Poetricks' at 2016 Edinburgh Fringe. Three Smart Fellas are managed by Resource Creatives and their productions, performances are available for schools, youth and community groups.
Rock fm Arts College
music, songwriting, dj-ing, presenting
'The Backyard Project'
Summer Arts College
A restorative arts project with young people at lancashire YOT using Sculpture, art, music, magic, construction skills and accredited by Discover and Bronze Arts Award
creative journaling, songwriting, poetry, art
We ran different workshops with diverse groups os young people to address issues with Emotional Health and Wellbeing and Identity
Stand Together Against Racism S.T.A.R
Delivery of Arts Workshops in Preston schools to illustrate commitment to the S.T.A.R Stand Together Against Racism ethos for Lancashire YPS 2015
A range of issue based interventions, delivered to Cumbria Schools by Resource Creatives, funded by Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner
A new project funded by Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner and delivered by Resource Creatives across Cumbria to May 2020. The funding will be used to deliver an range of preventative interventions for young people within schools and or Pupil Referral Units to help them stay safe and make positive life decisions. The grant will work with Cumbria Constabulary to identify schools and or Pupil Referral Units that would benefit most from this project. Resource Creatives will work with Cumbria Constabulary to identify the topics of the programmes to be delivered according to individual needs.
Our offer is to deliver sessions that can be delivered in single or multiple sessions to 16 Primary or High Schools across Cumbria as identified by the Police as most in need of this intervention instead of a set number of schools.
The sessions we can offer have been identified by schools and police from evaluations from previous delivery of issue based projects in Cumbria Schools and is in line with the Police and Crime Commissioners Plan.
Session subjects can be amalgamated and tailored to meet individual school need.
Project contact: Jane Wignall
West Lakes Academy: Knife awareness
Barrow PRU: Knife Awareness
Shap Primary: What is bullying; kind or
unkind actions. Healthy and Unhealthy
St Bernards: Knife Awareness
Furness Academy: Knife Awareness
Appleby Primary: Healthy and Unhealthy
Netherhall: Knife Awareness
Appleby Grammar: Sexting, Keeping Safe
Online, & what constitutes ‘consent’
Richard Rose Central Academy: Bullying,
Respect healthy and unhealthy
*Morland Primary: Healthy and unhealthy
*Long Marton Primary: Healthy and
unhealthy relationships, bullying,
*Crosby Ravensworth Primary: Healthy
and unhealthy relationships, bullying,
*Bolton Primary: Healthy and unhealthy
Whitehaven Academy: Knife awareness
West Cumbria Learning Centre: Knife
UTC: Knife Awareness
*school's delivered together
Children & Young People Feedback
One to One Support
for children and young people disengaged in education
One to One Support
Our lead practitioner Andy Winters is a behavioural and engagement specialist who provides one to one support for children and young people disengaged from education. Please contact us for details.
Resource Creatives are a collective of restorative trainers, educators and creative practitioners with wide ranging experience working across the youth justice, education, community sectors and secure estates.
We design and deliver restorative, issue based projects and programmes using creative arts based mediums working with artists, musicians and creatives across all sectors.
Resource Creatives are committed to working as a social enterprise, creating and delivering projects that will make a difference in the lives of children, young people, adults and families We reinvest by supporting emerging creatives who want to work in the social sector, distributing our resources freely and supporting local communities.
We are all fully insured with current DBS. We also support emerging creatives.
Please contact us if you are interested in working with us.
Butler Trust Commendation
In 2011 Jane Wignall and Andy Winters were awarded a Butler Trust Commendation for their work at Lancashire Youth Offending Team by engaging young people in the arts. Work included 'It's Your Life', knife awareness programme,
Project design, delivery and Project Management
We work on bespoke projects or commissions, contact us to find out more
We integrate RJ practices and approaches within all our projects and work closely with experienced RJ professionals
We work with artists with a range of skills, who we use will depend on the project, and their availability.
we can arrange author visits
We are keen to support emerging poets, performers, musicians and artists who want to start working with children and young people. Where possible we build opportunities for training and working with us into our projects.
We design, deliver and project manage creative issue based workshops, programmes & resources using the arts, sport and restorative approaches with children, young people, adults and families
creative issue based workshops
We design, create, deliver and project manage issue based workshops, programmes, projects and resources and aim to embed restorative approaches and arts award into all our work. Our projects page has several examples of our work, please take a look.
We work in partnership or on a commission basis across all sectors with children, young people, adults and practitioners in schools, statutory, voluntary, community, workplace and criminal justice sectors.
addressing serious and organised crime
Part of the serious and organised crime remit, supporting young people targeted as being on the cusp of criminality and at risk of being manipulated or used by organised criminal gangs or pursuing, the path towards serious and organised crime. To make referrals or for more information please visit: http://liberate.strikingly.com/
'It's Your Life' knife awareness film
script writers and film producers
'It's Your Life' a film about knife awareness. We have an accompanying resource, please contact us for details.
Working with Women and Girls
Building self esteem and confidence, exploring issues, working with families together
Restorative Approaches and Practices
restorative practices and approaches are embedded into all our work where possible and relevant.
Many of our team are restorative justice practitioners and we work in partnership with the creator of the Writing Wrongs restorative resource. www.writing-wrongs.org
we create bespoke resources and publications
Theatre in Education
interactive issue based performances
We have a range of issue based Theatre in Education productions created for children and young people i.e:
- 'Tommy Murray's War' WW1
- Cairo Chaos learning about ancient Eygpt
- Anti - knife and gangs
- Anti- Bullying
- Body Image
- Social Networking
Please contact us for details
learning through poetry, creative writing, music and magic
increasing confidence, self esteem and listening skills
Creative Practitioner Workshops
Twice a year we aim to run two creative practitioner workshops. We use these sessions to train on programme content, evaluate programmes, share delivery skills with each other and support emerging creatives. Follow us on twitter for details.
A book of art, creativity, writing, photography & poetry
created in 2018 with women resident at
Edith Rigby House Approved Premises in Preston
This project was funded by
The Sister Gwen Appleton Charitable Trust