YMCA Trinity Group

Main aims and activities

The YMCA is delivering a two-hour workshop designed to raise awareness of youth domestic abuse in an intimate relationship setting. The workshop contains six interactive activities, each 20 minutes in length which has been designed to be in conjunction with a short film. The workshops are aimed at young people aged 16 years of age and over. The workshop contains:

  1. Exploring some issues relating to domestic abuse – What is domestic abuse?
  2. Introducing the characters of the film & the early stages of their relationship
  3. Controlling behaviour
  4. What is rape?
  5. Warning signs & helping others
  6. Asking for help


Services and prices

A two-hour workshop, or can be two x one-hour sessions. Free.

Previous experience of working in schools

YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough has launched new in-school services for schools and partners to improve the physical, emotional and psychological well-being of young people.

Existing support channels are overwhelmed with demand, and the new YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough offer provides a sustainable route for schools to continue to support pupils in the face of budget cuts.

The scheme has already seen huge success in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire, with over 32 schools signing up during the pilot year in 2015-16, enabling 231 children and young people to receive direct support across 1,780 hours of provision. 

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Contact details

Contact name:
Clare Taylor – Respect Project Manager



01733 373183

Opening times:
9am - 5pm

Locations covered

Throughout Peterborough and Cambridgeshire

Ages worked with

16-18 years & 18-25 years

Quotes from teachers

Many thanks to you and your team for the workshop you held with our Health and Social Care learners. I received a lot of positive feedback from the learners on how useful the topic was for them. It has linked in very well with the unit they are completing on safeguarding.

N Shellard, Tutor, Peterborough City College