Generation Girls

Generation Girls is a 10-week empowering drama programme for girls. Led by a female facilitator and supported by a team of trained female peer educators aged (18 - 21) the programme explores those issues that matter most to young women in a safe and supportive environment. Topics included self esteem and body image, healthy relationships, and mental health.

Having successfully completed four pilot projects with a range of different groups, Peer Productions are now rolling out the programme in special schools for  the second year running. Our workshops are fun, informative and suitable for girls with learning difficulties or disabilities and autistic girls. 

If you would like your school to be involved with this programme then please email rosie@peerproductions.co.uk

We are currently working with:

The Park School - Woking
Carwarden House School - Camberley
Gosden House School - Guildford
Philip Southcote School - Weybridge 

If you're interested in funding this project please view our recent video which was made for Children In Need and contact Rosie, our Generation Girls co-ordinator 

Currently Generation Girls is funded by Children in Need, The Shanly Foundation, Community Foundation Surrey, DM Thomas and The Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund

 

 

 

 

 

Previously Generation Girls has been funded by Awards for All