OUR SPECIALIST YOUTH WORK

 
 
 

Our team are experienced in working with young people from a variety of different backgrounds and are experts at getting the best out of those that traditional education deems challenging. Through our youth work we help to improve young people’s self-esteem and offer them greater opportunities and life chances.

With this in mind, we have designed a range of exciting projects that take learning outside the classroom, each tailor-made to meet the needs of a particular group. We are committed to reflecting the individuality of young people in the programmes we design for them.

Go bespoke

Our team can also work with you to develop courses and workshops for your specific needs. Get in touch by emailing enquiries@harrowclubw10.org

“I never thought volunteering would be so much fun and it's nice to give back and through volunteering I got my First Aid certificate"

– Toni, 19

 
 
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Motor Project

A thrilling way for young people to learn about motor sports in a safe, controlled environment, which is helping to cut rising motor crime levels in the local area.

 
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Debate Boxing

Designed as a behavioural intervention for disengaged pupils who are at risk of exclusion, this programme combines verbal and physical training to help channel their energy and skills.

 
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Workshops and Programmes

We run a variety of workshops and programmes designed to teach young people valuable skills and life lessons in an alternative, more engaging environment.

 
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Traveller Homework Club

This successful project helps young people from our local travelling community grow both academically and socially.

 
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Youth Volunteer Training

Designed to engage young people disconnected with traditional education, this course provides the skills, training and high-quality work experience they need to make it in the competitive employment market.

 
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Our late night project - There is another way (W10)

This project is majority funded by The Mayor’s £45m Young Londoners Fund which was created to fund local projects that provide young people with the support they need to fulfil their potential and avoid getting caught up in crime.