Sick Party – over 800 copies sold nationally
The film is a frank and hard-hitting drama depicting the current picture of child sexual exploitation across the UK. Based on a real-life story, it explores the experiences of child sexual exploitation (CSE) including peer on peer grooming, party lifestyle grooming, drinks and drugs, consent, coercion, gifts, self-esteem and child sexual exploitation.
Alright Charlie – CSE Primary School Resource
Basis Training has also supported The Blast Project to develop a gender neutral, age appropriate resource Alright Charlie for raising awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in primary schools which can be downloaded free of charge.
Quotes from teenagers about Sick Party:
“I thought it was really good, it tells the story better than other DVDs.”
“I really enjoyed the film, a lot of young people could relate. This has made me more aware of grooming stages, how to look out for someone if they are in the situation and overall how to prevent myself and friends getting groomed.”
“The film relates to a lot of young teenagers all around and it helps you to realise how people can be groomed in many ways and what to look out for if it does happen.”
“It was good that DVD, it shows you what happens – don’t always listen to your friends, you should do what you think is right.”
“It shows you what people do out there, it shows a lot.”
“It’s good because it shows people the warning signs and what to recognise.”