Digi Know: Competitions 🏆
Test your current knowledge and gain some new skills by taking part in some of these exciting competitions, challenges and games brought to you by 'Digi Know?'
Digi Know: Keeping Safe 🔐
Whether you use websites and social media or chat to your pals online and do a bit of shopping... Find out why it's important to keep yourself and your personal data safe with 'Digi Know?'
Digi Know: Learning Opportunities 📚
Learning isn't just exclusive to being at school... Find out about loads of ways you can learn outside of the classroom with 'Digi Know?'
Get information and plenty of useful links to opportunities throughout Europe that may be relevant to you as well as advice on how to benefit most from having a European Youth Card!
Food Standards Scotland
Food Standards Scotland teamed up with Young Scot to help students prepare and cook food safely and eat more healthily, on a budget, for #YOYP2018
Seo far an lorgar na stuthan co-cheangailte ris a’ Ghàidhlig aig Young Scot agus na com-pàirtichean againn, bho fiosrachaidh is cothroman gu tachartasan is duaisean This is where you'll find everything to do with Gaelic from Young Scot and our partners, from information and opportunities to events and rewards.
June is Pride month. So why not check out our info on coming out, questions you may be asked, myth busters and more!
Young Scot are working with The Scottish Government to provide information for first-time tenants in private renting. You can find everything you need to know - from your rights, to dealing with tricky flatmates!
There's a lot of stigma surrounding periods but there doesn't have to be! It's something that half the world’s population will have to deal with at some point in their life. You're not alone and here we answer many of the common questions...
Ping is the digital information resource for young people in Scotland who have experience of pregnancy and parenthood.
ReRoute is Scotland’s Youth Biodiversity Panel and are working with Scottish Natural Heritage and Young Scot to involve young people in Scotland’s nature and outdoors. By talking to young people and working with different environmental organisations they hope to engage young people on different topics, issues and opportunities related to Scotland’s amazing nature and wildlife.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - and these are all subjects we can start learning at school! Young Scot are working with The Scottish Government to improve gender imbalances in participation of STEM courses at college and university. Overall, girls are under-represented in STEM subjects in schools, colleges and universities. Gender stereotypes are a major factor contributing to these imbalances - you have the power to change this!