SHE Scotland in partnership with Stellar Quines Theatre Company want to give you the space and time to reflect on your experiences of the past 6 months.  Have you discovered a new hobby, been in touch with friends or baked banana bread.  You may have found this time overwhelming, perhaps you and a loved one have been personally impacted by COVID-19, or maybe you have felt isolated as lockdowns come and go.

Whatever you've experienced, we want to gather your voices and let them be heard.  We are inviting young women (under 21's) to write about their experiences to another person.  Who your letter is to, is up to YOU!  It could be to a relative, to a politician, your teacher or to a friend.  Tell them your experience or an experience that stick out, and why you are writing to them - don't hold back.

Your letters will be displayed and some will be performed, filmed and shared.  All letters will be shared  and used by SHE & Stellar Quines to inform future projects.

Letters should be under 500 words and no more than 3 pages. Deadline is Friday 23rd October.

Open to individuals, school groups and youth organisations.


Letter writing packs can be sent to you by email or by post.  Contact: 

Educational Partners

Virtual opportunity to chat  partnerships, resources and outcomes

Friday 25th September 1.30-2.30pm Zoom

Community Ambassador

New training waiting to be confirmed in Pilton Community Health Project  September 2020

SQA Mentoring Award

SHE in partnership with Edinburgh College are delivering a SQA Mentoring Award beginning in late September 2020. Get in touch for more information

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!

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How to get involved with SHE Scotland?

SHE Scotland school groupwork programmes 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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SHE In-person Mentoring

Females 8-16yrs old

SHE Scotland qualified mentors can provide in person support for girls and young women aged

8-16yrs.  Support will be tailored to the needs of the individual and will enhance connecting, learning, health and growing in a relaxed friendly space.

SHE mentoring programme is designed to help manage common everyday stress, low confidence, negative self-esteem and disconnection to others.

For more information and referral form contact :

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Mind, Body & Soul

Women aged 12-16yrs

SHE Mind, Body & Soul 10 week groupwork programme is delivered in partnership with SHE high school partners.  The programme is aimed at tackling the rise of poor mental health amongst young women and providing the tools, guidance and support to enable them to make positive change.

The small (10-12) groupwork programme develops participant's self-knowledge, goal setting and focusing on their own emotions, connection to their body and wellbeing.

Girls aged 8-12yrs

SHE Circle Time programme is specially designed for girls aged 8-12yrs (P3-P7).

Workshop activities are designed to enable girls to become more aware of their own emotions, increase positive interactions with others and practice techniques which help them focus.

Circle Time provides additional support to girls and will have significant impact on their learning and their lives.  

SHE aims to provide a blended learning approach.

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