Survivor’s Hope has been partnering with local schools since 2004 to bring the SADI Program to young people in middle and secondary schools. Because sexual violence and relationship abuse happens.One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused.
Our age appropriate workshops for students are guided by the learning outcomes for the Manitoba Physical Education and Health Curriculum. A brief outline of each workshop is available in the following PDF: SADI Workshop outlines 2014-15 (.
This year we are offering workshops for grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 students in north-eastern Manitoba. PDF 42 KB) Grade 6 students participate in three interactive workshops: All workshops are 65 minutes long and are delivered in the order listed.
Each workshop builds on the information provided in the previous workshop.
All three grade 6, 8 and 10 workshops will be delivered to a class.
If you would like to book SADI workshops please email the following information to [email protected]: School: Contact Phone: Grade: Number of Students: 3 preferred dates and times for workshops: You will receive a response within 2 school days confirming your dates.
This worksheet consists 4 exercises to practise articles. This is a very simple game, but I find that students love it. If you can have the students standing in a circle, all the better.
It helps the students differentiate between the use of definite article "the" and the indefinite articles "a", "an". You say a word and throw the ball to a specific student.
Grade 12 workshops are “stand alone” workshops – one or both can be scheduled.
Schools in north-eastern Manitoba interested in learning more about our workshops are encouraged to contact us at [email protected]
Please use the calendar below to select potential work shop dates.
Our maximum number of bookings is three per day with a morning start preferred.