FARE Scotland - Attainment & Skills

Delivered by FARE Scotland
Note: Can be delivered through schools
Note: this service is only for young people
  • Employability skills
  • Reading, writing, numbers support
  • Complementary therapies
  • Meditation

S1-3 opportunities include:

  • Breakfast, break, lunch and after school clubs
  • Literacy and numeracy support
  • Employability support
  • Nonattendance/non-engagement support
  • Food Support
  • Mental health & wellbeing support (e.g. cold water therapy, meditation, drop-in service)
  • Ad Hoc support (eg. bus travel applications or young scot cards)
  • Qualifications (such as Elementary Cooking or Youth Mental Health First Aid)

Our Senior Programme (S4+) includes all this as well as exam support, work experience and support around college, university and job applications. The range of qualifications open to the Senior Programme is extended as well.

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