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POSITIVE TRANSITIONS

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People Know How

on 1 September 2016

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Transcript of POSITIVE TRANSITIONS

POSITIVE TRANSITIONS
WORKSHOPS
WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
Practical-based workshop that will
help young people to express themselves
along with giving them the
choice of being heard
. We want them to meet their needs and through the use of practical examples they will
learn and talk about transitioning to secondary school.
Including talking about their
challenges
and
opportunities
,
skills
and
strengths
they have and how they would make a
better transition
for themselves and future young people.
Making the right choices
positive
transitions

A project made by young people for young people. Empowering them to make a great start as they begin secondary school
Building skills to survive and thrive at secondary school
Having more connections in the community
Challenging thinking
Open dialogue with Young people
What are the challenges young people face when moving to secondary school?
What opportunities can young people experience when they begin secondary school?
What skills do young people have/need to make a better transition to secondary school?
What advice would young people give to their peers when they move to secondary school?
What other organisations can young people use to connect to the wider community?
Providing concrete examples
Project Co-ordinator: Miren Ochoa-Sagues
miren.ochoa@peopleknowhow.org
People Know How is a registered charity that focuses on social innovation. We believe that people, when given the right opportunities, can solve the most crucial problems that our society faces.
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