Advanced Education

Youth Personal Development Program.

Bushido S.T.A.R Youth Awareness and Development Program

Bushido is the Japanese term for the “way of the warrior”.

A "Warrior" can be many things, here we are cultivating the warrior within by developing awareness and confidence through an educational and interactive model for Secondary Schools that delivers a stong anti-violence message while promoting self and environmental awareness, communication, compassion, personal safety and personal protection.

The program encourages participants to remain calm and in control, to think about their actions before making a decision, and to reflect on the outcome to ensure continued education and self improvement.

This program is facilitated on site in conjunction with the school curriculum.

 

Bushido S.T.A.R

Male Secondary School Program

Bushido S.T.A.R

This self-awareness model is an early intervention program that aims to successfully and effectively engage and educate males attending secondary school.

Some of the primary topics addressed are:

  • Self confidence
  • Respectful relationships
  • Bullying
  • Controlling emotions
  • Remaining Calm
  • The importance of mental and physical health

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Bushido S.T.A.R

Female Secondary School Program

Bushido S.T.A.R

The Female only self-awareness program aims specifically at educating and empowering young women attending secondary school.

Some of the primary topics addressed are:

  • Respectful relationships
  • Emotional control
  • Bullying
  • The importance of mental and physical health
  • Self-Awareness

The Self Awareness component focusses on how to identify and potentially threatening or risky situations, as well as a physical component, not aimed at combat, but aimed at taking the necessary action to address a potentially dangerous situation, to ensure that young women remain safe at all times.

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Testimonials

During 2015 and 2016 Adrian Clarke has facilitated several Self-Awareness programs at Kew High School and also worked with students one-to-one in his capacity as a Youth Worker. The students have all been really engaged and enthusiastic in the programs with many wanting to continue after program completion. Adrian’s quiet, respectful manner means he is quickly able to establish a great rapport with young people and gain their trust and full co-operation. Similarly, he has been able to connect with disengaged young people on an individual basis and elicited positive change for them. I have no hesitation in recommending Adrian for any school or community setting.

Faye Harding, Student Wellbeing Co-ordinator, Kew High School