5Rights are the rights that young people have already been promised in the offline world. The 5Rights campaign is about making sure we can also be supported by them in the digital world.
Learn about the things you wish you had learnt about in school and find out if you really can adult like the rest of them. All the things you need to be a proper grown up.
Discover how you can earn money, learn skills and get into a career you love with an apprenticeship.
Aye Feel - Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Information
Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing and mental health, discover support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
How to Deal With Bullying
If you're being bullied, or know someone who is being bullied, it can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn, to make the behaviour stop and to help you to manage your feelings. But you do have options.
Choices For Life
'Choices for Life’ aims to raise awareness amongst young people aged 11-18, about the dangers of smoking, alcohol and drugs as well as online safety and information on how to deal with negative peer pressure.
What is consent and why is it important? Find out more about what it means to say yes or no to sex or being intimate with someone in any way. Remember: The legal age of consent in Scotland and the UK is 16 years old.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Info for Young People
Find out more about what's happening with the current coronavirus outbreak in the UK and simple steps you can take to help prevent catching COVID-19.
Coping With the Cost Crisis
You may have heard a lot recently about the 'Cost Crisis' or 'Cost of Living Crisis'. With inflation in the UK and rising prices on energy, some people are struggling to make ends meet. We've put together resources, links to support, helpful tips on saving money and benefits and rewards you may be entitled to.
Find out more about the COVID-19 vaccine, including answers to your frequently asked questions and hear from other young people about their vaccine experiences.
Every week in Scotland 70 people have a cardiac arrest. The quicker someone gets CPR then the more likely they are to survive, in fact it doubles their chances. So, get your hands ready and let’s change the way we act in Scotland. Let’s not stand back, let’s be ready - it starts with you.
If you're feeling worried or concerned about events currently happening around the world, see below for information, help and advice.