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Children & Young People Now Special Report: YOUTH WORK IN SCHOOLS.

Posted : 15/05/2013

 

Helen Marshall, Chief Executive of national youth club charity Ambition contributes to a Children & Young People Now Special Report: YOUTH WORK IN SCHOOLS.
The report features two new initiatives run by Ambition and delivered in schools across England: Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence and an initiative encouraging schools to make good  use of state-of-the-art youth facilities built under the My Place programme.
 
As a member of the Ambition network, Safe in Tees Valley are delivering both initiatives locally.
Click for Children & Young People Now Special Report (Andrew please link to the attached report)
Click for Safe in Tees Valley Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence (Andrew please link to the Lions Quest page on our and Ambitions website)
 
Get involved....
Safe in Tees Valley are calling for local young people’s organisations who are interested in delivering the new initiative ‘Xchangers’ - encouraging schools and youth organisations to use My Place, as described in the Special Report. Xchangers is being piloted for two years in  the Tees Valley, Bristol and Oxford areas. For more information contact lorraine.mcconnell@safeinteesvalley.org or call Lorraine on 0845 271 3883 or 07736161010.

Helen Marshall, Chief Executive of national youth club charity Ambition contributes to a Children & Young People Now Special Report: YOUTH WORK IN SCHOOLS.

The report features two new initiatives run by Ambition and delivered in schools across England: Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence and an initiative encouraging schools to make good  use of state-of-the-art youth facilities built under the My Place programme.

As a member of the Ambition network, Safe in Tees Valley are delivering both initiatives locally.

Click for Children & Young People Now Special Report 

Click for Safe in Tees Valley Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence 

Get involved....

Safe in Tees Valley are calling for local young people’s organisations who are interested in delivering the new initiative ‘Xchangers’ - encouraging schools and youth organisations to use My Place, as described in the Special Report. Xchangers is being piloted for two years in  the Tees Valley, Bristol and Oxford areas. For more information contact lorraine.mcconnell@safeinteesvalley.org or call Lorraine on 0845 271 3883 or 07736161010.

 

 

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