We’ve had an amazing term with Sweaty Church: having fun, playing games and sports, and growing in faith. The spaces available were full very quickly and we’ve had a waiting list for the past few months! We were fortunate to be able to get some much needed additional volunteer support from local churches who would Read more about Growing community at Sweaty Church[…]
These cards (pictured above) are just some of the 331 loyalty cards, each representing a local young person who has individually and faithfully journeyed with us over the last 6 weeks by coming to talk to us each week in secondary school. We’ve had a whole range of conversations with a real variety of anything Read more about Loyalty to the Safe Space[…]
Every year, for as long as we can remember, Southport & Area Schools Worker Trust has created a touring production for primary schools at Christmas time. It’s always one of the highlights of our year: with lots of fun, dressing up, and a meaningful message. Last year was slightly different… as you’d expect! Instead of Read more about A Comically Marvellous Christmas![…]
In our work we care about the whole picture for each young person we work with as we explore the big issues of life and faith. One of the needs we’ve noticed more and more in the development of children and young people is the importance of fostering the resilience needed to journey through the Read more about Valu£ You[…]
Some time ago, I (Tabz) agreed to become a regional Youth Advocate for my mate Dan, the National Youth Director of HOPE Together. It means I get an early look in on loads of the great resources HOPE produce, almost always in partnership with a tonne of other great organisations too. Amplify is more than Read more about Amplify[…]
With some notable sporting events happening this summer along with the gradual lifting of covid restrictions, our Good Sport project has been making quite the comeback!
A great opportunity that came our way recently was running lessons in Primary Schools. I (Hettie), was asked to write and deliver RSE lessons for Y5&6 by a local Headteacher.
After a year of predominantly online work, we had an incredible final term of the 2020-21 school year – after a year of very limited in-person contact, we found ourselves spending time in person with children and young people every day!