Project Chameleon is a 10-week program delivered by our ex-Police Officer trainers. We educate KS2 (Key Stage Two) pupils about different aspects of law and crime, helping them to make positive choices going forward.
Each week, we go into schools to look at a different area, absolutely perfect to enrich the British values ‘Rule of Law’ curriculum. Our delivery includes workbooks to complete, fun group activities, videos to watch and other engaging ways to help children learn.
Find out more about the program by watching this video:
Project Chameleon on national news
As Project Chameleon is so unique, we are regularly featured in the media. Have a look at ITV News’ coverage here:
Do you represent a school or youth organisation and are interested in hosting a Project?
We’d love to hear from you, even if you have a limited enrichment budget. We part-fund every Project and are happy to advise about any other funding you may be eligible for, as we believe educating children about the topics we cover is absolutely vital.
Exploring social themes and issues of law and crime
The project is run over 10 sessions, with each session lasting for 1.5 hours to 2 hours. These are highly interactive sessions, with videos to watch, booklets to complete, hands-on exercises and lots of discussions.