Middleton Technology School in Rochdale becomes the 36th school to step up and engage Girls Out Loud. Our Big Sister programme launched in school in May following a Role Model Relay event where we introduced over 100 girls in Year 8 to 35 awesome female role models.
20 Little Sisters will now start a year-long journey with their Big Sister and participate in several group events starting with our Girl Code workshop in the new term.
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Middleton Technology School in Rochdale becomes the 36th school to step up and engage Girls Out Loud. Our Big Sister programme launched in school in May following a Role Model Relay event where we introduced over 100 girls in Year 8 to 35 awesome female role models. 20 Little Sisters will now start a year-long […]Read more
Grab your tiara and challenge yourself and your girlfriends to climb Snowden on a fully guided hike to raise funds for us. This event is led by Tiara & Treks on our behalf and there are still places left for 26 August so grab your boots and head gear take a look at http://www.treksandtiaras.co.uk/girls-out-loud and […]Read more
As with every Big Sister programme, watching the Little Sisters begin to realise their potential is always an incredible feeling. Last month, the Little Sisters from our current programme at Middleton Technology school took part in a workshop, hosted by technology firm UKFast, exploring how they can use social media to express their creativity. Led […]Read more
TOXIC FRIENDSHIPS Over the past 12 months I have been inundated with pleas from parents at the end of their tether as they try to support their teenage girls navigate through the complex minefield that is friendship. The most reoccurring questions are….. Why are girls so mean? What’s with these yoyo friends? How can they […]Read more
I must admit that I was nervous that school might not be the best place for the intimate coming-together of girls with Big Sisters. I suppose I was thinking back to my own school days and those dreary buildings designed to facilitate a regimented, authoritarian learning process. As soon as the bell rang for end […]Read more
What do teenagers think about when they think about careers? Some of them don’t think about it at all; many rely on what they see in the media: others will follow the advice of parents, relatives or teachers; and others have natural talents which they pursue regardless. It’s all a bit hit-or-miss really, which is […]Read more