For young people at school, sex and relationship education normally just means sex education.There’s a lot of emphasis on teaching the biological side, but not so much on the emotional elements – and these are crucial.Relationships should be nurturing and loving, and not involve constant critique of what you’re wearing and where you’re going.With Fixers, I want to help young people spot the signs of unhealthy behaviour early.Hopefully this will prevent any problems escalating into something more serious.
Here is a list of Fixers helping me with my Fix:
PROMISEAli Hart from PROMISE, a youth mentoring service based in Somerset, supports our project. She agreed to be interviewed to appear in our broadcast piece that will be featured on ITV news.Richard Huish College, TauntonJohn Abbott, Principal at the college, supports our Fix. He also provided an interview for the broadcast item.Inspired to AchieveKate Darlington has helped to facilitate our Fix and will possibly open the door to other projects in the future.
September 2014I've had some really positive feedback to my campaign that went out on ITV News West Country. You can see these comments below!Chlo: 'Thanks for positing it! The film is really powerful and well put together. I really hope it helps make a difference!'Jodie: 'That was amazing! Well done to her, it's so true everything she was saying. It made me stop and think.'
My campaign was also featured in the Western Gazette. You can click on the image below to read the article.
Shak & Natasha
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.