We provide a youth club every Monday night at the 3 Corners Centre, with a programme of high quality play and youth work for ages 10 -16 years.
Young people are encouraged to participate in the design and delivery of projects, choosing the activities provided.
Activities include a diverse social education programme, a sports coaching and physical activity programme, IT workshops, music, arts and crafts and regular off site activities and trips during school holidays such as swimming, ice skating, adventure activity centres and camping.
We are also committed to providing advice on education and employment as well as provision of information and guidance concerning matters of health, racism, drugs and alcohol and employment training initiatives.
If you are interested in your children attending the youth club please contact our Child Care Co-ordinator on email@example.com or 07919 447074
Code Club is run for children between the ages of 9 - 13 years who attend local primary schools and who often don’t have access to computer at home. They learn the basics of computing and coding, helped by our staff and volunteers from the local community, who help to inspire the next generation of digital makers and coders. Code Club runs after school on Wednesdays at the 3 Corners Centre.
If you are interested in your child joining Code Club, please contact our Child Care Co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07919 447074
The Peel Summer Play Scheme
The Peel Summer Play Scheme offers high quality childcare during the school summer holidays for children age 8-12 years. Our highly experienced staff will engage, entertain and encourage your children through a range of interesting and fun activities such as clock making, dance competitions, clay modelling, games, sports. We are also offering some excellent day trips fruit picking, kayaking, zip wire, cinema a week long residential camp and much more!
£25 per day (plus concessions)
Please contact us with any enquiries or to book a place.
This is a family support service consisting of 1:1 support for primary school aged children and their families, with weekend group activities to promote mutual support amongst parents (delivered in partnership with local schools). The aim of Finsbury Families is to provide a listening ear for children and young people who are facing various challenges in their lives. We recruit mentors to provide weekly 1:1 sessions who are at risk of falling behind.