In the course of the past few days, a total of 300 students from the 7 schools met in the morning. Year 1 students from eight different schools in the district visited the youth center to take part in the "stop and go" youth protection course in small groups to complete.
In this project, which is required by the federal ministry for family, women, seniors and youth, the young people dealt with the topics of youth protection laws, media, addiction and consumer behavior under the guidance of specialists. Police chief kevin ender, youth contact officer at the lichtenfels police station, provided information on important points of the law on the protection of minors. He pointed out, for example, that children and adolescents under 16 are not allowed to enter dance events, while those over 16 and under 18 are allowed to stay until midnight. At dance events organized by a recognized youth welfare organization, children are allowed to be present unaccompanied until 10 p.M. And adolescents until midnight. Then the young people had to answer the question about the consumption of alcoholic beverages in public by looking at empty beverage bottles. It became clear that spirits, likore, alcopops or food containing alcohol, such as brandy beans, are not allowed for young people under 18 years of age. Beer, wine and sparkling wine, on the other hand, are allowed to be drunk by young people over the age of 16. Kevin ender also gave a number of pointers and advice. So you should be careful about the content when you are offered pranks. For safety reasons, a group that has come to a session together should also go home together again. He also drew attention to the fact that a drunk teenager who has been picked up by the police several times can get into trouble with the driving license authorities if he wants to obtain a driving license.
Mail from the tattoo studio
Luisa gampert, who is currently doing an internship at the youth welfare office as part of her studies in social pedagogy, looked at the everyday media life (facebook, instagram, whatsapp, youtube, films, cell phones, TV) of young people. Using a video of a youtuber, she demonstrated what to watch out for on the web. The woman was in a tattoo studio and posted a photo while getting tattooed.
After a short time, a man stood in front of the studio who knew their personal data and wanted to talk to them. The moderator’s advice was therefore to exercise caution when giving out sensitive data.
With the help of statements on cards, which the participants read out, the correct behavior on the social web was discussed. You are not allowed to publish pictures of other people, insults or threats without permission. You should protect your data, not accept strangers as friends (fake profiles), not click on unknown links, never meet internet acquaintances alone, break off contact if you receive strange messages and talk to your parents, and above all, take active steps against bullying.
The "search" theme the chief criminal inspector matthias lange of the criminal police coburg together with students of the gymnasium burgkunstadt and the adam-riese-schule bad staffelstein treated.
Heribert lempetzeder and sabine wegner from the health department of the district office dealt with daily consumption and the associated handling of money, chewing, group pressure and status thinking and discussed them with the students. The two social pedagogues distributed four voting sheets, each with one question and three possible answers, to the students.
When asked whether the schoolchildren follow their friends’ outfits when buying clothes, surprisingly few of them answered in the affirmative. Most of them emphasized their own taste and style. A positive influence of the clothes on the self-confidence was seen only by three students, most of them even attested no strong self-confidence to the one who is only after well-known brands.
The majority also thought that the buying mood would increase with the good mood. You often buy things you don’t need.