Education Programmes

Relationships and safeguarding programmes to support your Personal, Social, Health and Economic education.
  • Pupils should be made aware of the relevant legal position on violence and exploitation by gangs and criminal exploitation including 'county lines'.
  • Pupils should know how grooming, coercion and harassment can affect current and future relationships.
  • Schools should show flexibility to respond to local public health and community issues to meet the needs of pupils (for example in teaching about gangs).


High quality researched recorded drama with relevant, engaging content to bring the issues to life to introduce or consolidate learning on the issue.


Recorded workshop to explore the issues raised in more details and where to get support.


Lesson plans and interactive resources to use on a range of PSHE topics to support your curriculum and prepare and follow up the Loudmouth lesson.


Updates on RSHE with regular ideas and advice on learning objectives. Loudmouth can also support with staff training and consultancy on RSHE.

Eye opening lesson on youth violence and criminal exploitation.

The lesson shows the students how children and young people are targeted and groomed into criminal exploitation, focusing in on county lines.

Safe and age-appropriate

The film and recorded workshop teach about the personal, emotional and legal risks involved in youth violence including carrying a knife and the link between youth violence and criminal exploitation.



98% of young people felt that the lesson had increased their knowledge of youth violence.


97% of young people felt that the session helps people to stay safe from youth violence.


56% of young people said that they would behave or act differently in future as a result of the session.


99% of young people would recommend the session for other students.

Proven increase of children and young people's confidence and skills on the topic of criminal exploitation and knife crime.

Evaluation has shown that this lesson has increased children’s and young people's knowledge that carrying a knife is not normal and increased their knowledge on where to go for support.