Surrey Youth Focus
Surrey Youth Focus News
Thanks to funding from #iwill 2018 (c/o Surrey Community Foundation) we are offering free youth social action training for practitioners working in Woking & Spelthorne & Runnymede.
Run by Young Citizens the Make a Difference training introduces the child-led project supporting primary aged pupils (Yr 5 & 6) to identify, research and address causes and to take the lead in making a difference to their communities through campaigning, fundraising or taking direct action. See film here .
The first workshop took place on Thursday 7th February 2019.
Working in local schools, east to west Relational Support Workers are journeying alongside young people to understand their situations, grow their confidence and help them thrive. Often the support work takes place in 1-1 and group sessions, listening to and caring for students over several months or even years. But it can also involve practical help like going with children to doctor’s appointments or food banks, connecting them with a social worker or specialist counsellor, mending holes in their school uniform, or just making sure they get breakfast. Whatever kind of help is required,...
Active Surrey, working in partnership with Surrey Youth Focus, are launching a series of free workshops for clubs about engaging young people in sport.
Based on the findings of research carried out by Surrey Youth Focus, the workshop will explore which young people are underrepresented in sport, what they are looking for, and the small changes clubs could introduce to make a difference to a young person near them, while at the same time reaching new participants.
Esher Civic Centre- Monday 18th March, 7-9pm
If any clubs are interested in attending, please could they email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To book your place contact James Lovell at Active Surrey