Real is all about supporting young people, like you, to love life!Real is aimed at supporting you to grow confidence, realise your potential and achieve your dreams. At Real, we want to play a part in supporting all young New Zealanders to feel great about their futures.
Even though the country has returned to something resembling normal, people are still asked to stay home if they are sick - which now includes sniffles and colds. So we can expect more time off school for tamariki and taiohi, as well as more time off work for parents...
At the end of November, Real staff from around the country came together for a two-day national hui in South Auckland. The hui was an opportunity for staff to connect, kōrero and learn together, as well as to share experiences and ideas. The last national Real hui was...
The arrival of a baby brings many changes to a family and whanau. Here’s some advice on areas young parents may require support in.
Most of us at some point or another have felt lonely and overwhelmed – with school, work, commitments, with life in general. To help us through these times we need others.
Miss Rotorua 2018, Nicole Agnew, opens up about her experience dealing with anxiety and shares some coping strategies she learned.
There is so much out there we can’t control, but there’s one thing we do have power over: our attitude.