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Let’s talk about R.S.E

Please note: this blog was written by a secondary school teacher relating to children aged 11-16. All views expressed are the writers own. Did you know…RSE was initially named SRE but later changed as it was felt that the R should come before the S! RSE is Relationship and Sex Education, for most of us…

KOGS go social!

KOGS have recently become more active on social media use the links on the website to follow us on social media and get your daily dose of KOGS. We also have snapchat you can find us at kogs_Oldham  

Focus on: Volunteering

What’s your name? Felicity. When did you get involved with Kogs? I started with Kogs in September 2014. What made you want to get involved? I rarely watch the news however when the scandal in Rotherham was brought to light the whole subject matter got my attention. I then saw Kogs on BBC News and…

KOGS have left the building…

KOGS have left the building! After many years at the Salt Cellar we have moved across town to a new space.   Medtia Chambers on Barn Street is conveniently sandwiched in between Kings Hall and the back of George Street. Fittingly we are as safe as we can be just a stones throw from Oldham…

What it’s like to be a girl in 2017

Most girls are expected to be all popular and girly and wearing make up like all the time but some girls aren’t like that, and girls are judged by boys. You should know you can’t give a girl a definition if you don’t know who we are. Boys say girls aren’t expected to be sporty…

Volunteering

Young people are often vulnerable to exploitation because of a lack of self esteem or the confidence to seek help. Working on these areas helps them to feel more in control and empowered.