Staffs CYP are happy to confirm we are working in partnership with PM Training to provide various team building activities for their new apprentices. PM Training are the biggest training providers in the area and they are committed, as we are, to providing many varied enrichment activities that support the personal and social development ofContinue reading “PM Training”
We are privileged to be working with The Hubb Foundation which is part of Synectic Solutions in Burslem delivering sports and arts session to many young people and their families in Stoke on Trent. The aim of the Hubb foundation is to provide quality activities and meals so that NO children go hungry and alsoContinue reading “HUBB Foundation holiday sessions”
Young people enjoying themselves and doing something positive in their free time is an important part of SCYP’s work, with various funding sources including SPACE, we are able to offer affordable and exciting activities to young people.
What a great night we had at the Kidsgrove Rotary intergenerational tenpin bowling event with members of the Rotary club and young people from Talke Youth Club. There were two teams, boys v girls with adults and young people working together to hit them strikes. Intergenerational work is an important aspect of community cohesion whereContinue reading “Kidsgrove Rotary Intergenerational Tenpin Bowling Night”
Holiday periods are when young people get bored but not with Staffs CYP as we had an action packed week taking part in positive activities including Zorb football, cinema trips, Tenpin bowling trip, indoor climbing, Halloween arts and a first aid course.
Engaging young people in positive activities is a key priority to Staffs CYP, and working in partnership with Matthew Ellis, Staffordshire Police Fire Rescue and Crime Commissioner, on the 2018 SPACE programme saw young people of Staffordshire Moorlands and Newcastle taking part in lots of great and exciting activities over the 6 week summer period.Continue reading “SPACE Summer Activities Programme 2018”
In June Staffs CYP took 3 teams of young people to take part in a National 5 a side football competition at Goals in Manchester, with stiff competition the young people played really well but didn’t make the finals, but they are enjoyed the day and went home winners in Staffs CYP’s eyes. Well doneContinue reading “NABGC National 5 a side football competition”
Positive activities for young people delivered by Staffs CYP and Generously funded by Staffordshire Police and Crime commissioner Matthew Ellis. May half term holiday activities’ proved popular with lots of fun, exciting and interactive activities taking place including AA Young Driver Awareness day, Zorb Football, Drayton Manor park trip, Indoor Climbing and Tenpin Bowling, withContinue reading “May Half Term Holiday Activities”
Each year Staffs CYP host the National Pool Finals for the National Association of Boys and Girls Clubs and this year saw an amazing turn out of 56 young people from all over England taking part and competing, with young people aged 10 to 19 it really produced some excellent games.
It was our pleasure to support The Kings CE School Kidsgrove with their annual trip to the Birks outdoor centre in the beautiful Duddon Valley in the Lake District. With 3 staff and 14 young people sharing the Birks centre it was bound to be a fun and action packed week away. Whilst we wereContinue reading “The Birks Outdoor Centre 2018”
As part of positive community cohesion work that we deliver, Staffs CYP held an intergenerational quiz night in partnership with Kidsgrove Rotary Club and some of our young people. 20 adults from Rotary and 11 young people worked in teams together to see who was the smartest in a fun, interactive learning quiz, whilst enjoyingContinue reading “Kidsgrove Rotary Intergenerational Quiz”
Positive activities for young people by providing Easter holiday activities kindly funded by Matthew Ellis, Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Staffs CYP delivered lots of great diversionary and exciting activities over the Easter Holidays to engage young people in a positive and fun way, from fishing to trampolining, girls pamper session to Drayton Manor parkContinue reading “Easter Holiday Activities”
Wow what a fantastic week during February half term 2018, we delivered many varied and exciting activities such as a cinema trip, tenpin bowling, football, archery and to finish it off on the Friday we had a massive fun day held at the YMCA. Over 250 young people took part in the activities giving themContinue reading “February Half Term Activities”
Every year we run football competitions for all ages, our under 14 football competition was held at Chesterton Vision Centre. We had 6 teams enter and the standard of football was very good, the sportsmanship was excellent and the young people had a great night with Chesterton winners and Biddulph Youth Zone runners up.
Every year Staffs CYP host the National Pool finals for the ‘National Association of Boys and Girls Clubs’ of the UK. Young people from all over England and Wales take part in this acclaimed pool finals, with some fantastic pool play taking place with over 70+ competitors its a great day for competitive pool atContinue reading “NABGC National Pool finals”
Staffs CYP deliver detached youth work sessions on the streets around Kidsgrove to engage with young people providing advice and guidance as well as offering alternative activities. Building positive relationships with the young people is crucial for trust so we can work in an alternative and diverse way, often just sitting and talking to youngContinue reading “Detached Youth Work sessions”
On a Thursday evening between 8:00 and 9:30pm at the Kings CE school sports hall, we deliver a football development session which enables young people to play against each other in a 5 a side game. The sessions are very popular and are good for health and fitness as well as enhancing young people’s footballingContinue reading “Indoor Football Session – Kidsgrove”
12 youth clubs with 73 young people took part in our tenpin bowling competition held at Festival Park Hanley in February. With lots of fun and young people striking those pins down there were plenty of winners. All of our competitions are free to enter for any youth groups, if you would like toContinue reading “Tenpin bowling competition”
Staffordshire Clubs for Young People are a registered charity that relies on donations, grants and our annual fundraising project which is the Oakamoor Hill climb, based in the beautiful Village of Oakamoor in the Staffordshire Moorlands. its an exciting day that is full of fun for all the family. On 3rd September 2016,Continue reading “Oakamoor Hill Climb Charity Fundraiser”
As part of our positive activities programme Staffs CYP see the benefit of offering young people various activities in the school holidays to help reduce boredom. Giving young people something positive and constructive to do in their free time reduces anti social behaviour and contributes to the young people’s personal and social development. Continue reading “School Holiday Activities”