Sleep Scotland

Sleep Scotland’s free Sleep Support Line provides on-the-spot guidance to parents and guardians struggling with their children’s and teenagers’ sleep problems. This includes, but is not limited to, mainstream, or typically developing, children and teenagers, who previously could not access our services. The line gives all families across Scotland access to free support from Sleep Scotland’s experienced sleep counsellors, thanks to a grant from The Big Lottery Fund Scotland. Parents and carers will be able to seek tailored advice on sleep for their children, from sleepless toddlers to teenagers dealing with exam-stress and the distractions of social media.

The Rosey Project social media competition – Call for entries!

Rosey competition

The Rosey Prevention Project are thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity for young people across the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area to get involved with our sexual violence prevention project. Over the next 8 weeks we are calling on young people to create their own sexual violence prevention materials for the chance to win some fantastic prizes!

We’re looking for creative pieces that feature sexual violence prevention messages that aim to promote respectful relationships, champion gender equality and challenge harmful gender stereotypes. Some possible prevention messages include


  • Affirmative, enthusiastic consent
  • Ongoing consent and constant reaffirming (Ask first & ask often)

Gender equality

  • Awareness of language we use and the impact it can have on those around us
  • Dismantling gender norms and stereotypes

Help prevent sexual violence

  • Being an ally – using our power and privilege to create change
  • Challenging sexist language, jokes, comments and victim blaming from friends, family and others

Entries can be in any format including

–              Video (1 min max)

–              Meme

–              Illustration

–              Animation

–              Photograph

–              Song

–              Painting

–              Comic strip

–              Poem

–              Collage

Closing date: 19th November 2018

Prizes: Prizes have generously been donated by a range of local business. Keep an eye on the Rosey Prevention socials for more details about prizes that include a voucher for a fantastic Vanilla Ink jewellery making workshop worth £70 and an awesome Lake and Loch Glasgow beanie worth £25.

Winning entries may also have the opportunity to be featured at exhibitions and events during 16 Days of Action Against Gender-Based Violence

Winners will be selected in 3 categories – Most Popular as voted by the public, Staff Favourite and Lucky Dip.

How to enter: Email your entry to or DM the Rosey Prevention Instagram or Twitter accounts.

Make sure to include:

o             Contact name

o             Area of residence (Glasgow; Inverclyde; West Dunbartonshire; East Dunbartonshire; Renfrewshire; East Renfrewshire)

o             Age category (13-15; 16-18; 19-21; 22-25)

Eligibility: the competition is open to residents of the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area aged between 13 and 25 years. Entries must be original work and fit within the principles and ethos of the Rosey Prevention Project.

For more information and T&Cs head to

Make it Count

More and more schoolchildren are struggling to cope with their mental health. Amidst rising rates of depression, anxiety and self-harm in children and young people, we are launching our new Make it Count campaign, because mental health is not extracurricular.

Good mental health is fundamental to be able to thrive in life. If we’re not tackling mental health problems early, then we risk failing the next generation right at the start of their lives.

What are racism and racial bullying?

Racism is where someone thinks you’re inferior because of your colour, ethnicity, nationality or race. This can result in them treating you differently or unfairly, this is called racial discrimination.

Racial bullying is a type of racism where someone’s bullying focuses on your race, ethnicity or culture. Racism and racial bullying are wrong and you can get help to make it stop.

Racism and racist bullying can include:

  • being called racist names or being sent insulting messages or threats
  • having your belongings damaged or having to see racist graffiti
  • personal attacks, including violence or assault
  • being left out, treated differently or excluded
  • people making assumptions about you because of your colour, race or culture
  • being made to feel like you have to change how you look
  • racist jokes, including jokes about your colour, nationality race or culture.

Racism can affect anyone. It can make you feel like you’re not important or don’t fit in. You might feel upset, depressed or angry. You can be affected by it even when it’s not aimed at you, like if you hear someone discriminating against someone’s culture.

To find out more info you can visit our website by clicking HERE

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