Working in Partnership

RE:SET works in partnership with schools to support young people who may be experiencing challenges that impact on their education.

We help young people overcome their barriers to learning and work towards improving their wellbeing. In delivering a structured, yet flexible service, our programme meets the needs of the schools and the young people we work with.

The programme is delivered by an experienced team who have an understanding of trauma and how it can impact young people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Through carefully planned workshops and tailored one-to-one sessions, we create an encouraging environment that allows young people to be open to making changes in their lives.


of pupils who began a Prince's Trust programme, achieved an award


of pupils increased wellbeing and WEMWB scores

RE:SET is a positive example of what the Scottish Attainment Challenge seeks to achieve – providing every child with the same opportunity to succeed.

Our approach can help:

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Support school attendance

by evaluating pupils' wellbeing and exploring learning opportunities

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Address barriers to learning

and enable young people to reflect on their goals

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Encourage young people

to engage with school activities and the wider community

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Empower pupils to build resilience

and develop coping strategies to navigate challenges