Streetwise is a partnership between CST and Maccabi GB

CST is a registered charity in England & Wales (1042391) & Scotland (SC043612).

Maccabi GB is a registered charity in England & Wales (1098206).

Created by 8original | 2018 

The sessions that streetwise run for us in school are invaluable. The children all respond so positively to the youth workers and are really engaged in the activities. As well as Streetwise running regular sessions for us, they are also quick to respond to ad-hoc sessions when the need arises.  Last year our Year 5 pupils were having some issues with virtual chat rooms and after some consultation with Nathan he quickly arranged a parent information workshop and a pupil workshop so that all family members were aware of E-safety precautions.  The feedback form the parents and pupils was extremely positive and allowed for some productive discussions around internet use and age appropriate apps. We look forward to our continued relationship with Streetwise.

Headteacher

Clore Shalom School

KAREN COHEN

We value the importance of the work that streetwise does. In our 10 years of collaboration, we have seen the boys who work with Yvie and her team develop into well rounded individuals. They become students passionate about making a difference, teenagers who want to give back and most importantly become worldly people ready for their adult lives.

Watford Grammar School for Boys

TANYA CHARLTON

Resource is proud to collaborate with Talia and her team at Streetwise on the delivery of Employability Skills workshops.  We love Talia’s energy and enthusiasm, and her ability to communicate difficult topics to children in a meaningful way is first-rate.   There is no doubt that meticulous preparation for entering the world of work - whether it be internships, summer holiday work or a career – is the key to success, and the students who attend the Employability Skills workshops receive an excellent foundation to set them well on their way.

Chief Executive

Resource

VICTORIA STERMAN

Stand Up plays a crucial role in working with students to tackle both antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred. There are some core strengths to Stand Up and these include committed and dedicated facilitators and trainers who care about both of these areas with a passion, but they also believe that working in silos on just one issue may not be the only solution to tackling issues of hatred, prejudice and intolerance. We are proud to be partners of the Stand Up project and their work in schools has meant that many young people are reaching out to other communities and going beyond their comfort zones. This makes the work of Stand Up, extremely valuable.

Director

Tell MAMA

IMAN ATTA OBE

Streetwise has been working with several classes at Hasmonean Primary for many years. They have run e-safety sessions, anti-bullying assemblies and secondary school readiness workshops. Feedback from the children following all of these sessions has always been positive. Pupils are able to talk about what they have learnt and how they will put the lessons into practice. The Streetwise presenters are successful in getting their important educational messages across in an informal and enjoyable way for the children. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.

Deputy Headteacher

Hasmonean Primary School

DANIEL GASTWIRTH

Streetwise provide a relevant education to the young people in our community that is invaluable.  Last year they ran a  very successful seminar on anti-Semitism that the teenagers could relate to.

Operations Manager

Maccabi GB Scotland

SUE FABER

CLAIRE SIMON

Headteacher
Bury & Whitefield Jewish Primary School

 

We have been using Streetwise for years and they are marvelous with the children and produce excellent materials and give sound advice

BARRY COLMAN

Director of Youth & Children, Kinloss

Here at Kinloss we have been working with Streetwise for the last five years. They have run sessions on self-defense, bullying, social media awareness and security for our Learn2Lead programme (school years 9 & 10). These sessions are of the highest standard and are invaluable tool in teaching the life and leadership skills we are instilling within our teenagers.

ROBIN MOSS

Director of Strategy 

UJIA

Streetwise is a fantastic project. It has been a part of our UJIA JAMS programme in non-Jewish schools for many years, and all the feedback we get from J-Soc members is hugely positive. As life gets ever-more complicated for young people, the sensitive, sensible support they get from a Streetwise session is invaluable.

JON MASON

Head of Citizenship

Nower Hill High School

As a teacher at Nower Hill,I have worked with Streetwise at for many years. They have delivered Community Leadership programmes for our students involving highly motivational workshops and activities that have brought students from many faiths and backgrounds together. They have always been incredibly well organised as well as flexible, delivering cleverly –prepared activities that are consistently- inspirational for the students involved. Even as an experienced teacher, I have learned a lot from the dedicated team at Streetwise about how to motivate and engage young people. The positive outcomes for the students involved have been nothing short of incredible.