Workshops

Soar creates and delivers early intervention-preventative, wellness workshops for young people aged 12 to 18 years from all backgrounds. Our workshops empower young people to thrive, believe in themselves and fulfil their true potential. Within a safe and supportive environment, they are given the opportunity to be themselves and explore any challenges that hold them back from doing so.
Our workshops run from 10am – 1pm and are available Tuesday to Friday. The workshop is broken into three sections with two short 10 minute breaks in between.

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Soar programs aim to support and inspire young people to experience one or more of the following outcomes:
• Increased emotional well-being
• Strengthened resilience
• Improved levels of self-confidence, awareness and self-belief
• Recognition of their own unique strengths
• An increased awareness of how to express their feelings
• Enhanced emotional and social skills
• A greater awareness of what other young people are going through
Our Child Protection Policy guides our approach in safeguarding young people. You can read more it here.


Secondary School Program

The transition year program is an early intervention wellness workshop for young adults to explore what it means to be themselves, build self- confidence and self-belief.

Soar believes that all young people have the potential for greatness. The T.Y. workshop is an environment where young people get to examine the social influences that shape how they behave, understand which ones serve them and which ones hold them back, and then choose which to incorporate into their lives. This is a space where young people get to exercise the muscles of emotional awareness by having honest conversations about what’s going on for them, practicing how to acknowledge greatness in one another and take ownership over their lives.

Stripped - Girl’s Workshop

Stripped is a program that strips back societal expectations, judgements and barriers and empowers young women to explore and acknowledge their own self-worth.

From listening to the young women, we have met through our Transition Year workshops we recognised the need for spaces where girls feel truly comfortable to use their voices, explore their identity and challenge the status quo of female stereotypes and societal expectations. Designed specifically for girls aged 15-18, in this experiential workshop we will utilise examples and references from popular culture as a catalyst for peer-to-peer discussion, exploration and individual action. Our aim is to create a space in which girls can explore themselves wholly and without judgement and develop the tools to improve self-confidence and emotional well-being.