Open Access Provision
We deliver open-access provision to young people aged 8 to 19, and up to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This “open door” provision allows for early intervention and is further supported by a street-based team and targeted projects funded by our generous partners.
We utilise the power of relationships with Youth Workers to provide young people with safe places to go to engage in informally educative activities. Our teams offer a range of support programmes to help young people stay safe, enjoy their lives and grow to achieve their potential.
Our team and partners provide interactive media and music, creative arts and crafts, health and nutritional awareness cooking programmes, indoor and outdoor sports sessions and much more to hundreds of young people every year. Using our two flagship centres as hubs to deliver many of these programmes.
Both of our delivery sites are strategically located to serve the surrounding local community. In this way, we positively impact the young people we work with and the communities and society they exist within.
Learn more about the current opportunities available to young people at each individual sites, here:
Here you can view our Theory of Change Plan.