The Children Matter project, managed by Welsh Women’s Aid, works with Children and Young People across Wales who are affected by domestic abuse


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The Children Matter project, managed by Welsh Women’s Aid, works with Children and Young People across Wales who are affected by domestic abuse.

  • The Children Matter project, managed by Welsh Women’s Aid, works with Children and Young People across Wales who are affected by domestic abuse.

  • The project works with partner organisations in the delivery of services, enabling access to consistent support across Wales and increasing awareness of domestic abuse and its impacts.


  • Children and Young People in Wales who are affected by domestic abuse to have access to consistent high quality support services. Children and Young People to be able to develop healthy relationships in their own lives, preventing abuse in future relationships.



• Play sessions

  • • Play sessions

  • • 1:1 support

  • • S.T.A.R Suite of Services

  • • Training in programme delivery, awareness raising of DA and the effects of domestic abuse and children

  • Professional qualifications on The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children and Young People



S.T.A.R programmes encourage development of Safety, Trust and Respect in relationships, in a safe and friendly environment. A range of programmes are available for working with Children and Young People who have experienced domestic abuse and to prevent it in the future.

  • S.T.A.R programmes encourage development of Safety, Trust and Respect in relationships, in a safe and friendly environment. A range of programmes are available for working with Children and Young People who have experienced domestic abuse and to prevent it in the future.



For children and their parent/guardian to strengthen their relationship following domestic abuse. This programme enables discussion about their experiences, understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on the child and strategies to cope.

  • For children and their parent/guardian to strengthen their relationship following domestic abuse. This programme enables discussion about their experiences, understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on the child and strategies to cope.



For children and their parent/guardian to strengthen their relationship following domestic abuse. This programme enables discussion about their experiences, understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on the child and strategies to cope.

  • For children and their parent/guardian to strengthen their relationship following domestic abuse. This programme enables discussion about their experiences, understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on the child and strategies to cope.



The Club provides children ages 6 - 12 with the opportunity to explore their feelings around domestic abuse, how to manage feelings associated with it, as well as learning practical skills around keeping safe.

  • The Club provides children ages 6 - 12 with the opportunity to explore their feelings around domestic abuse, how to manage feelings associated with it, as well as learning practical skills around keeping safe.



The Young People’s Programme works to encourage healthy relationships amongst young people and prevent domestic abuse in future relationships. It challenges opinions and beliefs and raises awareness of where to find help and support.

  • The Young People’s Programme works to encourage healthy relationships amongst young people and prevent domestic abuse in future relationships. It challenges opinions and beliefs and raises awareness of where to find help and support.



Session 1: Respectful relationships

  • Session 1: Respectful relationships

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  • Session 2: Domestic Abuse

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  • Session 3: Gender Stereotypes

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  • Session 4: Getting Lucky

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  • Session 5: Pornography

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  • Session 6: Exposed

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  • Session 7: Sexual Exploitation

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  • Session 8: Perceptions & Resilience



The 11 to 13 programme works to encourage healthy relationships amongst young people and prevent domestic abuse in future relationships. It challenges opinions and beliefs and raises awareness of where to find help and support. Topics include, gender stereotyping, managing conflict, sexual exploitation, sexting, perceptions and resilience.

  • The 11 to 13 programme works to encourage healthy relationships amongst young people and prevent domestic abuse in future relationships. It challenges opinions and beliefs and raises awareness of where to find help and support. Topics include, gender stereotyping, managing conflict, sexual exploitation, sexting, perceptions and resilience.



“Thank you for all your help. I would never have come this far on my own” Girl aged 17

  • “Thank you for all your help. I would never have come this far on my own” Girl aged 17

  • “The activities were fun and cool, and we got to take the things we made, home.” Boy aged 8

  • “I know it’s my fault I kick off. You have taught me to stop and think.” Girl aged 15



The Children Matter project, covers the whole of Wales with dedicated Children and Young People Development Coordinators each covering one of four regions.

  • The Children Matter project, covers the whole of Wales with dedicated Children and Young People Development Coordinators each covering one of four regions.






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