Services for 11–19s

During secondary school years, we work to ensure that young people have a wider network of trusted relationships they can draw on as they become more independent. We work alongside schools and other partners to offer one to one, group and recreational activities as well as providing volunteering and work experience opportunities.

 

Contact:

Jim Chynoweth

Age:

11-19 year olds

When:

Within school hours in term time

Location:

21 Winchester Road

Description:

Schools-based extracurricular activities and mentoring
Additional information: Sessions are only open to students of the hosting school. Activities change term by term

Partners:

Haverstock School, UCL Academy, Quintin Kynaston

Contact:

Jim Chynoweth

Age

15-19 year olds

When:

Ad hoc

Location:

21 Winchester Road and the local area

Description:

An opportunity for young people to gain experience volunteering on sessions with young people from the local area e.g. football coaching, drama etc
Additional information: The Winch will ensure there is a suitable age gap between our young leaders and the service users they are working with.

Contact:

Reece Okezie

Age:

12-22 years old

When:

Weekly sessions in term time (days and times vary by sport and group)

Location:

Swiss Cottage football pitch / 21 Winchester Road

Description:

Opportunity for young people to take part in football, yoga and gym sessions. Open to all abilities and a platform for young people to get involved in sport and to meet new friends

Additional information:

Sessions for different ages and sexes are provided according to demand

Contact:

Jim Chynoweth

Age:

12-25 years old

When:

Ad hoc throughout the year

Location:

Throughout the local area

Description:

Youth workers reach out to the community, with the intention of coming across young people and engaging with them in the places they already spend time

Contact:

Jim Chynoweth

Age:

12-19 years old

When:

Weekly

Location:

21 Winchester Road

Description:

A chance for young people to come to a friendly environment and interact with other young people from the local community.
Additional information: The youth club has such things to do as pool, table tennis, open music sessions and arts and crafts, as well as being a place where the young people are encouraged to bring their own ideas for activities.