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Contact

Please use the contact form below to get in touch. Alternatively, you can call us on 0114 241 2745, send an email using admin@cresst.org.uk or write to us at Scotia Works, Leadmill Rd, Sheffield, S1 4SE. Here’s a map of the office location. Please note the entrance is on Leadmill Road, not the A61.

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Support CRESST

There are many different ways in which you can support our work. Our work is not eligible for government funding so we work very hard to raise the funds to enable us to train young people with important life skills. Young people and adults learn not only to manage their own response to conflict but many […]

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About CRESST

Conflict is an inevitable part of life, both in our face-to-face and our online interactions.  If managed constructively, it is possible to result in better understanding and greater tolerance and avoid the the harmful consequences for young people, for example relationship breakdowns, distress, anxiety and physical violence. CRESST believes that young people can be empowered […]

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Restorative Approaches

Through our work with local secondary schools, CRESST is convinced that supporting young people to develop and practice conflict resolution skills among themselves fits well with staff and schools adopting restorative approaches to deal with conflicts and incidences. This offers a critical opportunity for  the young person to develop understanding and learning from the impact […]

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Adult Training

Using our many years experience in educational and youth settings, and drawing on the skills and expertise of our trainers, we offer training programmes to assist adult staff, parents and carers to use a wide range of conflict resolution skills and techniques. Our experience tells us how important it is for adults to model the […]

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Secondary Schools

The Youth Resolving Conflict (YRC) project aims to develop the skills and abilities of teenagers to respond to conflict in a constructive way. For most young people conflict both on and offline is an inevitable, sometimes exciting, and often painful and destructive part of life. CRESST believes that these young people are capable of learning and […]

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Primary Schools

Young Peacemakers Project This project equips children and young people and the adults around them with the awareness and skills to manage playground disputes constructively. Young volunteers train as mediators and provide help to younger children, as part of a broad and supportive cross-school programme of conflict resolution skills training. ‘Its made it a safer place […]

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