People Know How have adapted their Positive Transitions Service in light of the coronavirus outbreak, to continue to support children, young people and families online.
People Know How’s one-to-one projects have been adapted to Online Befriending, providing a safe, supportive online environment where young people and their befrienders can talk, play games, learn, and share stories.
Their group projects, in particular, Pupils Know-How, have also been adapted to online support, using online group activities to help guide children and young people through this time of uncertainty. These include:
Young Artists Club
Inviting young artists to come together online for weekly arts and crafts sessions! This free online club for P6-P7s meets once a week and explores the world of art including different techniques, movements and styles! Materials are sent to each artist, so they can let their creativity run free!
Transitions Club provides support for P7s who will be starting secondary school this year. The aim of the club is to give young people an opportunity to discuss different topics in a safe space.
Mythical Mystery Squad
The Mythical Mystery Squad are on an adventure to unravel riddles across Scotland! Together we’ll answer riddles, solve clues and embark on a magical journey! The club supports groups of P7s preparing to attend the same high school.
Make a referral to any of the above projects by emailing email@example.com