RESPECT is aimed at young people, secondary school age, 11-16. The programme is designed to encourage young people to use creative ideas and activities to explore issues and topics that are relevant their well-being and the world around them.
Our aim is to empower those involved, encouraging them to take part in the decision-making process, choosing themes to explore and skills to develop. This supports young people with the knowledge and skills to confidently express their ideas, form positive relationships and improve their self-esteem.
FREE places throughout the summer holidays for those receiving free school meals!
Our holiday activity youth club is funded by the Department of Education & NELC. It is action-packed with fun and engaging activities aimed at 11-16-year-olds, with awesome themed weeks including,
- Science Week includes a visit to Greener Futures, experiments, solar and hydro energy workshops and much more!
- Expressive Arts Week includes, create your own advert, Graffiti art, Street dance Breakdance, Beat Bus RAP and Grimsby's Got Talent,
- Sports Week includes sports skills, athletics, fitness to music, activities on nutrition and sports day
- Nature Week includes woodland trail, recycling art, bee workshop, jewellery workshop, printing sublimation.
Our approach uses our specialised arts education model, mixing skills training, youth work, support and creative activities, empowering a positive change in the lives of young people. Using the key RESPECT themes – Relationships, Equality, Self-awareness, Personal development, Effective Communication and Teamwork- to build resilience, improve community cohesion, and raise aspirations.
To book please visit www.bookwhen.com/climb4
During April-May 2020 we created and delivered activity packs and educational resources for a total of 432 children reached aged 1-14