Youth Agency Staff are currently involved in the delivery of relationship, sexual health and parenthood education (RSHP) to S2/S3/S4 pupils. RSHP is a national resource for 3 to 18 year olds which is expected to meet their health and wellbeing needs.
As well as being involved in RSHP the Youth Agency delivers sexual health programmes to S5 & S6 pupils aimed at providing the young people involved with the opportunity to identify and explore issues relating to their sexual health and emotional wellbeing.
The Youth Agency offers a variety of groupwork programmes, these are developed in consultation with Pupil Support Leaders. Young people are identified and referred through Pupil Support Groups, attendance is voluntary and programmes include promoting positive peer relationships, transition work, challenging behaviour, anger management, coping strategies, school attendance, confidence and resilience, anti social behaviour and communication and listening skills.