Disability Awareness Workshops For Children In Key Stages 1 & 2 

At TriLife Education, we aim to change the misconceptions that children may have about disabled people. 

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About TriLife Education

Supporting children’s understanding and awareness of disability through education. We deliver exciting, creative, and fun packages to help children to learn about disabilities and complex needs.

We use the powerful and beautifully illustrated book ‘JamJam Can!’ as a resource to deliver engaging and interactive lessons. Children are taught about aspects of disability such as tube feeding, visual impairment and more.

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The JamJam Can Workshop

Specifically designed to raise awareness about disability, teach resilience and know that it’s okay to be different. After this workshop children will leave feeling empowered and better informed about how being disabled impacts lives.

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Featured Case Studies

Disability awareness workshops at schools

High View Primary School

"Fantastic workshop. The children were engaged throughout-even the children who find it challenging. The context was perfect. The. children have been singing the song. Thank you and please come again".

Clapham Manor Primary School

"Such a wonderful, enlightening and informative experience. It's so crucial that children are aware of differences in one another and know how to engage with people of different abilities".

Testimonials

Children were engaged throughout, even the children who find it challenging, context was perfect”

Janet Renolds - Parent

"Fantastic session very informative and interactive with an important message"

Julie Brown - Parent

"Thank you for the informative session! I especially liked the music and felt like the children were truly engaged and can't wait to meet JamJam."

Marcus Li - Teacher

JamJam Can! Book

Jam Jam Can Book Serena Pascall

Amazon rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

My girls and I loved this book. The pictures were bold and bright and the repetition of certain phrases was really engaging for them. It was also a great way to discuss chromosomes, feeding tubes and many other things. Would definitely recommend it

April

Parent

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Specifically designed to raise awareness of disabilities, teach resilience and know that it’s okay to be different. After this workshop children will leave empowered and better informed about disability.

The Workshop

The Jam Jam Can Workshop

Specifically designed to raise awareness of disabilities, teach resilience and know that it’s okay to be different. After this workshop children will leave empowered and better informed about disability.

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The Book

Jam Jam Can | The Book

A diverse children’s picture book that celebrates children with disabilities. Children will learn about JamJam’s special and real-life abilities, such as being able to eat in his sleep because he is tube fed. JamJam Can! is a rhyming book that uses repeated phrases to empower, educate and emphasise the powerful message ‘I Can’.

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Discuss Our Packages

If you would like to discuss a package for your school please contact us. We have two set packages available. We can customise packages to suit what your establishment requires.

“Our mission is to empower children to know it's okay to be different, to reinforce a can-do attitude, develop resilience, empathy and understanding through education about disabilities".

." - Serena Pascall - TriLife Education Founder

Fun Educational Workshop

- JamJam Can! theme song
- Use a syringe to PEG feed Buzz
- Interaction
- Empowerment

Learn New Vocabulary

- PEG Fed
- Chromosome
- Disability
- Visually Impaired
- Trisomy 13

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Bespoke Sessions

- PEG Feeding Experience
- Feely Box Experience
- Learn about senses
- Raising Awareness about disability
- Trisomy 13 Education
- PEG Feeding Experience

- JamJam Can! theme song
- Use a syringe to PEG feed Buzz
- Interaction
- Empowerment

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Embedded Within Our Workshops

  • - Every child is a unique child
  • - Build positive relationships with disabled people
  • - Provides an enabling platform to educate children about disability
  • - Reinforces the principle that children learn and develop at different rates
  • - The importance of being inclusive and to respect diversity
  • - Making positive choices
  • - Understanding feelings
  • - Positive interactions with disabled people
  • - Challenge unconscious bias

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