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The overall objective of the programme is to de-glamorise guns, knives and gangs in society and present the real dangers faced by young people if they choose to carry a weapon or associate with a gang. By giving students accurate and honest information, it allows them to weigh up the options, identify the risks and consequences and make informed choices.

PC Rob Pedley still has capacity to take bookings for this assembly input:

T: 101      Ext. 7630 6348   

E:. r.pedley@west‐

The BeLeave Service: A new Spurgeons project working with 8-18 year olds, supporting girls to make positive choices and avoid gang-related harm. early intervention project uses whole family approach. We aim to build a network of support and establish positive activities for young people as an alternative to anti-social behaviour and exploitation by gangs. The project is part of an international learning project, Girls in Gangs, pioneered and funded by Comic Relief.