Secondary Offer


'Clueless' by Mary Cooper has been commissioned by NHS Heywood, Middleton & Rochdale CCG in partnership with Pennine Care NHS and Healthy Young Minds Rochdale.

M6 has created a digital version of the live performance and facilitated workshop that toured to Rochdale secondary schools in 2016.

It is intended to be used by professionals working with young people aged 13+ and consists of two interlinked elements:

  • An intimate, emotionally charged, single voice play which provides a powerful stimulus to provoke meaningful and important peer discussion around the issues of emotional and mental health, well being and serious self harm.
  • An accompanying facilitators pack, which has a range of follow up activities designed to explore the issues raised within the drama and provides professionals with an opportunity to signpost their young people to the pastoral support available within their own setting, as well as specialist mental health support services.

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M6 and Rochdale Connections Trust are offering a series of free workshops, available to groups of young people aged 11+ who are in a high/school college setting or attending an already established youth group.

The 12 sessions will aim to increase self esteem and self worth using 'What is important to me' as a starting point. The aim is to work creatively with young people who are showing early signs of:

  • Disengaging
  • Being marginalised
  • Isolation
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Low self esteem
  • Victimisation

A key worker from Rochdale Connections Trust will provide 1:1 mentoring interventions for the young people participating in the workshops.

For further information please contact Caroline Kennedy 355898


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