Young person from Al Hikmah High School for Girls

These sort of sessions make me feel better about myself and it tells me my worth. They’re interesting and gives us a lot of information.
Our Teen Programme engages with young people around concepts relating to identity, value and communication, and explores their views of and experiences with particular types of risk.

It’s important for young people to have a strong sense of who they are and what they want to be, separate from how they may be perceived or how different parts of society may ‘tell’ them they should be. We create spaces for honest and open discussions where different perspectives and views can be shared and addressed appropriately.

Our programme aims to promote confidence and self-esteem, better communication, and understanding around healthy and safe environments. By supporting young people to be confident and able to communicate well, we encourage them to reach out if they feel they or their peers are in vulnerable situations. This is done while recognising our responsibility to safeguard, rather than placing expectations on young people to protect themselves.

To discuss the Teen Programme further or organise delivery in your setting, please contact us.

Contact us at admin@faces.org.uk

These sort of sessions make me feel better about myself and it tells me my worth. They’re interesting and gives us a lot of information.

I feel grateful for what I have after listening and sitting in today’s session. I have a better understanding of what and who I am.

I really liked this session, and it was fun. I understood what I am worth and I loved the Hadith that were mentioned, it really impacted me spiritually and mentally. Thank you very much.

I learnt that being different doesn’t mean you’re bad or not valuable.

This session was good, we liked that you understood us as Muslim, teenage girls that also want to experience ‘normal teenage things’. We also have a voice to show that we are nice Muslims, not bad, as stereotypes are used against us. It’s hard to be a Muslim teenager as they say teenage years are the hardest – we are just curious.

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