There’s a party on Saturday night. You really want to go but your mum insists on picking you up afterwards. Some of your friends have cars and you can’t see why you can’t get a lift from one of them. You think your mum’s being unreasonable. Your mum thinks you’re being unreasonable. Who could you talk to that might be able to help you see the other’s point of view?
Browse through all the characters and find the ones who fit into Leeanne's Circle of Support.
Lovely man. In his 70s and still rides a motorbike.
Works part time at a big law firm in town. Makes the best cup cakes ever.
Not home on leave as often as Donnie would like, but when he is they have the best time.
Donnie’s dad has been serving the local community as an independent councillor for over twenty years. Before that he worked as a paramedic.
Jean has looked after Logan and his sister since they were little. Loves detective programmes and line dancing. Does volunteer work in a charity shop three days a week.
Martha’s recently opened her own salon. She’s brilliant at her job – and knows everybody.
Modern Studies Teacher
Nicest teacher in the school.
Always really kind.
Mad hair but lovely lady.
Always there if we need to talk.
Knows all the family. Great doctor.
Loves animals and is a good listener.
Makes perfect smiles.
Very friendly. Helps older people with their shopping.
Knows loads of stuff about books and the local community.
Health and fitness expert.
What she doesn’t know about driving isn’t worth knowing.
Always there, whatever the weather.
Road Safety Officer
Expert on all sorts of road safety issues.
Always open, call 0800 1111.
For Scotland’s vulnerable children and families.
Child protection: including physical and psychological abuse at home, bullying, cyber-bullying.
Help and advice if you’re being bullied.
You helped Leanne to understand who they can turn to for support.