Prioritising those known to the Integrated Care System (ICS)
- 6pm to 7pm for school years 4 to 6
- 7pm to 8pm for school years 6 to 8
Enabling young people to recognise that they can make a difference to their own lives, and that effort has a purpose, is important to key outcomes such as career success. Recent research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation which looked at the importance of attitudes and behaviour in relation to educational attainment for children and young people recognised the link between positive outcomes and self-confidence.
The youth club will provide an accessible venue for young people to meet, socialise and participate safely in a variety of activities. Supported by a team of trained youth workers, the youth clubs are an opportunity for young people to develop their socialisation and communication skills, improve confidence and are a steppingstone towards other services that can help to build skills and confidence such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
It is a universal session for any young person in appropriate school Yrs that chooses to engage.
It will offer a variety of activities such as music, cooking, art, sport, themed workshops will be delivered at relevant times, for example:
- Respect at Valentines
- Celebrating diversity – LGBT, Black History month.