Part of our positive activities programme is to offer alternative and exciting activities that young people may not get a chance to do otherwise. Climbing Snowdon is a real challenge in which young people test themselves, their ability and their mental attitude, its exciting and strenuous in a hard environment, but when the young peopleContinue reading “Snowdon Mountain Walks”
Stoke City FC ‘KICKS’ project is run to give young people a chance to get together and play in an organised football competition at Goals in Stoke. Playing against other young people from all different areas helps to tackle gang and anti – social behaviour in a more positive way by getting the teams toContinue reading “Stoke City FC ‘Kicks’ football competition”
As part of our positive activities programme we offer FREE indoor climbing sessions to any youth groups in the Staffordshire area on a Tuesday evening, to book your group in please contact us and we can arrange which night you want. The benefits of climbing are strength, agility, problem solving, overcoming fears, encouragement, teamwork, interpersonalContinue reading “Weekly Indoor Climbing Sessions”
Space was originally an activities scheme led by police in Staffordshire during the 80s and 90s aiming to engage with young people. The new version of Space provides fun activities for 11 – 17 year-olds during the school summer holiday. The programme is co-ordinated by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and wasContinue reading “SPACE Scheme Summer Activities”
A positive partnership project funded by Kidsgrove Town Council and Kidsgrove Rotary Club, the World War One ceramic mural was the idea from ourselves and the famous local artist Phillip Hardaker. To commemorate the First world war in a positive and respectful way we worked with many people from the kidsgrove community where each personContinue reading “World War One Ceramic Mural”
Working in partnership with various agencies and The Kings CE School Kidsgrove many young people have contributed to making ‘their’ community a better place as well as showing that young people can do positive work. From transforming waste land into gardens, planting projects, litter picks, charity collections, giving hampers to the elderly at Christmas, cookingContinue reading “Positive Community Involvement”
Staffs CYP were a key partner in delivering two NCS programmes. NCS is a national programme that develops skills through adventure and social action over a week long residential, three skill days and a 30 hour social action project. Young people aged 16 to 18 take part in various exciting activities gaining new skills, makingContinue reading “National Citizenship Service”
As part of the Citizenship programme with The Kings C of E School Kidsgrove, we at Staffs CYP were asked to support the School with a weeks residential in May with 15 pupils at the Birks Centre in the Duddon Valley, The Lake District. The young people had a great week taking part in teambuilding activities, localContinue reading “The Birks Outdoor Centre”
This year for the first time Staffs CYP hosted the National Pool Finals on behalf of NAGBC. With 42 young people from various areas from all over the Country taking part in the under 12, under 14, under 16 and under 19 age categories there was sure to be some great games taking place, and we wereContinue reading “NAGBC National Pool Finals”
Young people of Chesterton Youth Club were honoured to have worked on a musical workshop led by Clement Ishmael who is a very talented conductor, composer and arranger for Disney’s The Lion King. The group were taught how to sing in various keys and how to sing Adele’s Make you feel my love, the workshopContinue reading “Easter Holiday Activities – Musical Workshop with Clement Ishmael”
We took some young people on a bike ride from Chesterton to Hanley Park on the canal where we were able to see Stoke on Trent through the industrial era, we saw old factories, pottery areas and Bottle kilns, the young people saw areas that were of a potteries heritage.
Working in partnership with the YMCA Activity Centre Hanley we delivered an indoor climbing session for the young people of Chesterton Youth Club, the young people conquered their fear of heights, worked as a group encouraging and supporting each other to reach the top of the 45ft wall.
As part of a partnership with The YMCA activity centre Hanley we delivered a multi sports session for a group of young people who were from Middleport Youth Club, this was a diversionary project to engage the young people at a time in the holidays to stop them getting bored. Thanks to Ade Tilstone of theContinue reading “Easter Holiday Activities – multi sports session”
16 young people turned up at Biddulph Youth Zone to play 5 a side.
A group of young people learnt new dance moves in the style of clubbercise.
A great night was had by 42 young people from various youth clubs and projects from the Stafford and Stone area.
On Tuesday 24th November 2015, we invited girls from various youth projects to take part in a Tenpin bowling competition at Tenpin Festival Park, over 50 girls took part and had a great night socializing and taking part in a positive activity.
On a Thursday evening between 8:00 and 9:30pm at Kidsgrove Sports Center, 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 wellContinue reading “Football Development Session”
Working in partnership with SCVYS, we held a fun day for the young people of Biddulph at the Biddulph Youth and Community Zone. We had nail artists, make up, hair styling, Hand massages, DJ workshops, Jewellery making, Cake decorating, Graffiti art, football competition and dance.
These activities were put on for young people to stop them from getting bored in the school holidays. Snowden Walking – Stoke City FC v Chelsea – Pool Competition