COVID-19 Notice to all our SHEros

We are very sad that we had to stop all our girl zones, ambassador training, and mentor programme for the safety of you all and our Ambassadors. Sadly we don't know how long this will be for. We are using this downtime to develop new resources, new training, stronger links with education providers and community partners so that we are ready for when it is safe to begin again. 


We are working hard behind the scenes to see how we can still support girls and young women. Right now we are designing our first online Workshop, funded by the Women's Fund for Scotland administered by Foundation Scotland; so please keep an eye on our social media. We are also developing a new programme of full day support for when the time arrives we can be together again. 


If you would like to find out more about the services which SHE can provide for you or your school please get in touch on:


Best wishes to you and all our SHE family. 

Educational Partners

Opportunity to chat through partnerships, resources and outcomes

10th Jan PCHP/ 17th Gate 55 (1pm - 2.30pm)

Community Ambassador

New training waiting to be confirmed in Pilton Community Health Project 

2020 SHE Vision Session

Please join us to celebrate and to look forward to 2020. Help shape our path and create a vision for this year. Saturday 18th Jan (9.30am-4pm) PCHP

SHE Tanzania

The biggest adventure of our life in Tanzania. We are very pleased with the training, delivery and of course al the beautiful women we met. We are already making plans to return!

Empowering Girls & Young Women
Fab time with our beautiful girls
How to get involved with SHE Scotland?
Girl Zones

SHE Scotland Girl Zones are design to improve the wellbeing of girls and young women by creating a supportive environment for them to feel safe to open up to others. 


SHE Scotland believe girls and your women need to have a space to discuss, raise questions and get support. Our workshops are fun, informative and designed to engage participants in discussions around various issues. Participants will be supported to develop their skills, interests, to challenge themselves, have fun, make friends and reach their full potential as individuals.

Girl Zones

Being part of the community is key in the development of responsible girls or young women. Social interaction with new people of different ages. Community girl zones lead to a greater emphasis on the understanding of their emotions and behaviour and the impact that these have on others.


Our goal in the Community Girl Zones is to improve social skills, have a better understanding of their surroundings and themselves so they can accept responsibility for their actions, reinforcing self-esteem and connect to their responsibilities at home, at school & their community.


SHE Scotland is recruiting new SHE Ambassadors. 


Would you like to have your voice heard and be part of a movement to help girls & young women reach their full potential and ensure equality for all? 

Do you have 3hrs per week? 

Do you want to be more confident, learn new skills and support others? 


Train as an Ambassador for girls and young women.

Ambassadors support the SHE community & school-based zones. 


Open to young women aged 15+

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Community Ambassador Training

Women aged 15+

SHE Community Ambassadors training is delivered at Pilton Community Health Project. Participants learn SHE activities, facilitation techniques and grow their confidence.


SHE has trained over 25 women to support the delivery in all elements of the SHE delivery. 

The 10-week program enables the ambassadors to learn new skills but also become supported, increase self-esteem and knowledge of issues that affect females. 


Our next training begins on Wednesday 22nd January 6-8pm.


Empower women

Women aged 15+

SHE Scotland are training women aged 15+ to support GIRL ZONES in Edinburgh & Lothian.


Specially designed workshops to develop confidence, body positivity, increase self-esteem and enhance existing skills. Empowered Women training is offered to organisation who are working directly with women. Workshops can enhance services as well developing new opportunities for women to learn more about the issues which affect them.


New training to be confirmed.

Starts with an Embrace Screening

Workshops will be broken into segments that include large group activities/discussions, separate group activities for mums and daughters, and one-on-one activities for each mum/daughter pair.

  • Learn to love yourself

  • Improve communication

  • Reduce conflict

  • Gain a deeper understanding of goals and dreams

  • Have more fun together

  • Build the foundation for a lifelong friendship

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SHE - Social, Health & Education

Pilton Community Health Project, 73 Boswall Pkwy, Edinburgh EH5 2PW

07727 434984