Project Chameleon in National Media

Author: Jed Saint
Categories: project chameleon

Project Chameleon is our 10-session project, each week looking at a different crime topic. This helps children to make the right choices and find their social and moral positions within the community.

Making a positive impact on thousands of young people through Project Chameleon is something we’re very proud of as an organisation. Taught by experienced active and ex-serving Police Officers, it’s amazing to see how much the children gain in terms of knowledge and mindfulness as they look at law and crime, and how to make a positive impact on the community.

To have our work recognised by national media is fantastic! With this academic year now fully booked up, we think back to when ITV News ran a feature on one of our sessions.

Watch ITV’s report here:

Children become criminally responsible at age ten. We believe we should give them a thorough understanding of what that means, to help them make good choices going forward. We make all of our sessions fun and interactive to keep pupils engaged, which the result that our schools invite us back year after year!

If you’re thinking about Project Chameleon in your school, we’d love to hear from you. We are currently looking at booking new Projects from September 2021 onwards, and we would love the opportunity to help you teach the new generation to be amazing citizens. Alongside our new Cadet Program taking place in summer and Mentoring support, it’s fantastic to be able to make such a positive impact on young lives.

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